• Bodum Caffettiera French Press in color Green/ Yellow
  • Bodum Caffettiera French Press in color Green/ Yellow
  • Bodum Caffettiera French Press in color Green/ Yellow
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Bodum Caffettiera French Press

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MoMA Exclusive: A playful rendition of a Bodum classic, this Caffettiera French Press, a design from 1958 updated exclusively for MoMA Design Store, offers bold color combinations (red,blue and green,yellow). With a chrome-plated steel frame, borosilicate glass carafe and contrasting handles and lids in polypropylene, the 10”h Caffettiera French Press will be your coffee companion for years to come. 34oz. Made in Portugal. Hand wash.
  • Size
    10h x 6.75w x 4.25"d
  • Materials
    Stainless Steel, Borosilicate Glass
  • Year of Design
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  • Volume
    34 oz.

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Bodum Caffettiera French Press

  • Bodum

    Renowned for its kitchen designs and Scandinavian aesthetic, Bodum was founded in Copenhagen, Denmark by Peter Bodum. Now headquartered in Switzerland, the company continues to produce a range of products—from coffee and teapots to kitchen electronics—following their founder's motto, "Good design doesn't have to be expensive." Each season, we collaborate with Bodum to develop designs in colors that are exclusive to us.

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