I thought perhaps it was a concept, but it was commissioned by espresso machine manufacturer Moak, and is apparently part of their forthcoming new line. Fioravanti put a lot of thought into how the basic geometric shapes that comprise the form go together:
"This machine represents a paradigm change compared to the capsule coffee machines on the market based on an idea of '??transitive' design linked to passing fashions. It is a product of great geometric simplicity, a composition of volumes that intertwine, creating a series of opportunities for the positioning of the technical bodies and which leave the touch screen in view, as if it were placed on a small shelf."
"The tank can be grabbed directly from the lid gap which exactly overlaps a hidden handle."
"The grid, made of three parts that can be disassembled and washed in the dishwasher, is designed as a slat shape that communicates the idea of ??permeability and has a continuous height thanks to an innovative coupling on the used capsule holder drawer."
"The machine has a generously sized tank and the possibility of dispensing two coffees or two drinks at the same time on two side-by-side cups."
"The machine is part of a product system with a new line of coffee blends and a proprietary capsule system."
Fioravanti has 2022 listed as the year for this project, but at press time it appears Moak is not yet selling it.
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