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Wednesday, April 7, 2010

MoMA Feature: Modern Kitchen

Mark Naden, 2008

This tea kettle features heat-resistant non-slip natural cork handles. Simply lift the kettle by its handle and tilt, and the spout opens automatically. A whistle signals when the water is ready. Made of polished high-grade stainless steel with durable zinc finishes and cork accents.

Chemex Coffeemaker, $120
Peter Schlumbohm, 1941

This famous beaker-like vessel changed America's way of thinking about coffee-making. Invented by a chemist, it's been lauded for its simple, sleek design and its chemically correct method of brewing. Its hourglass-shaped flask is made entirely of glass, a chemically inert material that does not absorb odors or chemical residues.

With a charming design that evokes the half-pint milk carton, this molded clear-glass creamer puts a spin on an everyday item. Made of borosilicate glass. Dishwasher- and microwave-safe.

Spilt Milk Bowl, $14
Laura Strasser, Milia Seyppel, 2009

A perfect size for serving cereal, this flexible white silicone bowl has a playful design evoking splashed milk. Microwave- and dishwasher-safe.

Constructible Drinking Straw, $14
Frank Frisari, John McCoy, 2007

Fun for kids and adults, this set allows you to create your own unique, twisting, bending straws. Use the rubber connector pieces to construct a variety of designs, including straws that allow you to drink from multiple glasses at the same time.


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