Alternative Trapéze Kettle

The Trapèze Kettle by designer Fraser Leid aims to be a simpler interpretation of the modern electric kettle, relating closely to traditional stovetop kettles by incorporating higher quality materials as well as straightforward functionality and aesthetics. The open trapezoidal shape is the kettles most unique feature. The handle is directly inline with one of the kettles leading edges which acts as its pouring lip. The open top indicates where the kettle should be filled and importantly, visually promotes the disposal of stale water and cleaning the interior more often. The body is a single sheet of folded Aluminium, with a reinforced underside. The interior is coated with Stainless Steel The handle comprises of hollow, matte Polypropylene which follows the direction of the kettles body. The base, which houses the electromagnet componentry, comprises of injection moulded Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS). The boiling aspect of the kettle is performed by induction, which is more electrically efficient than both standard hob kettle boiling and electric elements. Though a new development, induction heating is a system that will have a great impact in the near future.

2-in-1 – Lamp and Kettle by Estelle Sauvage

Today we’ll show you lamp with very unusual design created by Estelle Sauvage. This lamp can be used as a kettle to heat water for a cup of tea with the help of small light bulb. Light bulb on a wooden base can heat water up to 90°C. At the same time the glass jug has a recess to house the bulb close to but separate from the water. Simple and creative idea. But how long should we wait for cup of tea?