Coffee and Tea Seen Through Designers' Eyes

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Start the day off with a smartly designed beverage service by Luca Nichetto and Lera Moiseeva for Mjölk.

Luca Nichetto previously experimented with a brilliant, Memphis-inspired colorway for the Sucabaruca set. Photo  of Coffee and Tea Seen Through Designers' Eyes modern home

Luca Nichetto previously experimented with a brilliant, Memphis-inspired colorway for the Sucabaruca set.

Kahara Ceramics is based in Arita, Japan, and uses traditional ceramic techniques, while also integrating new technologies. Photo  of Coffee and Tea Seen Through Designers' Eyes modern home

Kahara Ceramics is based in Arita, Japan, and uses traditional ceramic techniques, while also integrating new technologies.

Researching tea rituals, Luca Nichetto noticed that tea in Russia is served in handleless bowls, which inspired the shape of the vessels. Photo  of Coffee and Tea Seen Through Designers' Eyes modern home

Researching tea rituals, Luca Nichetto noticed that tea in Russia is served in handleless bowls, which inspired the shape of the vessels.

The bowls can be stacked on top of the pot for more streamlined storage. Photo  of Coffee and Tea Seen Through Designers' Eyes modern home

The bowls can be stacked on top of the pot for more streamlined storage.

The product, produced by centuries-old Japanese porcelain maker Kihara Ceramics, includes a pot, strainer, and two bowls. (The Sucabaruca tray, also by the two designers, is pictured with the set.) Photo  of Coffee and Tea Seen Through Designers' Eyes modern home

The product, produced by centuries-old Japanese porcelain maker Kihara Ceramics, includes a pot, strainer, and two bowls. (The Sucabaruca tray, also by the two designers, is pictured with the set.)

Luca Nichetto and Lera Moiseeva designed the Aureola Tea Service set for Toronto shop Mjölk. Photo  of Coffee and Tea Seen Through Designers' Eyes modern home

Luca Nichetto and Lera Moiseeva designed the Aureola Tea Service set for Toronto shop Mjölk.

Recently relaunched by Mjölk, the latest edition of the Sucabaruca Coffee Set was designed by Luca Nichetto and Lera Moiseeva.  Photo  of Coffee and Tea Seen Through Designers' Eyes modern home

Recently relaunched by Mjölk, the latest edition of the Sucabaruca Coffee Set was designed by Luca Nichetto and Lera Moiseeva.

The Sucabaruca Coffee Set is manufactured by Kahara Ceramics, a Japanese porcelain company with a more than 400-year history. Photo  of Coffee and Tea Seen Through Designers' Eyes modern home

The Sucabaruca Coffee Set is manufactured by Kahara Ceramics, a Japanese porcelain company with a more than 400-year history.

The glazed porcelain coffee set comes with a pot, a filter funnel, and three cups, which can be stacked together. Photo  of Coffee and Tea Seen Through Designers' Eyes modern home

The glazed porcelain coffee set comes with a pot, a filter funnel, and three cups, which can be stacked together.

The shape of the vessel was inspired by Carmencita, a television character created by Armando Testa in 1966 for the show Carosello. Photo  of Coffee and Tea Seen Through Designers' Eyes modern home

The shape of the vessel was inspired by Carmencita, a television character created by Armando Testa in 1966 for the show Carosello.

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