Challenging Concrete Espresso Solo Machine

Life is a road full of challenges and experiences. Sometimes the only way to go forward is to accept the challenges and try to face them. It may seem hard or you may ask yourself why you but you should not pay attention too much to these details because every man has his own way and thus his own challenges, so that nobody can escape his destiny.

At Shenkar College of Engineering and Design there is a student named Shmuel Linski from Israel. He succeeded to design an original espresso machine which looks like a real challenge. He chose some contrastive materials which make this espresso look very interesting and challenging.The espresso machine was named Espresso Solo and the chosen materials were the concrete for its case and metal for its working parts.Espresso Solo makes only espresso short and long and it works with coffee beans. You will definitely adore the smell of a fresh coffee that will stimulate all your senses and make you feel fresh and full of energy.

The interesting design of this espresso machine has a decorative function too. The concrete case makes it look more like a sculpture which can decorate the interior of a kitchen and be a functional device at the same time. Those who love items that have an industrial look may also love Espresso Solo. It has also an industrial design due to the concrete and metal materials used for its production. Although it looks a little bit too rough you may see it as a nice challenge for those who will notice it in your kitchen so that it will become a focal point for your interior.{found on dezeen}.

Published by in Appliances, on May 8th, 2012


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