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Anza Concrete Espresso Machine

If you love both unorthodox design and great coffee be sure to check out this Anza Concrete Espresso Machine designed by the multidisciplinary team of designers from Montaag, these guys have offices in Sweden and the States. The stylish coffee maker is made from concrete, quite an achievement. It’l take your home or office decor to a higher level and will surely be an instant ice breaker or conversation starter. Its minimal design also has some cool details such as the ceramic knobs, the polished metal vintage buttons, the drip tray in elegant black steel, and the water tank in clear glass complete the industrial design. The pure concrete look sure goes a long way in making it unique and a pleasure to look at, plus, the coffee it delivers is said to be excellent too. watch the video below

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