Inspired by Japanese designs, Giel Dedeurwaerder and Brent Neve from the designer collective Utilise.objects created cups made of solid acacia wood and a cast-iron teapot.
The combination of the warm wood tone and the indestructible cast iron gave the service exactly those durable, functional, and aesthetic characteristics that the duo was looking for. And those same features have been awarded the Henry Van de Velde Awards 2019 in the Habitat category.
The Collage teapot is a contemporary version of the traditional Japanese teapot. Through the recess in the lid, the aroma of fresh herbs subtly fills the room. The cast-iron teapot has a matt finish on the exterior and glossy enamel on the interior. The fine handle makes the austere-looking teapot easy to use. The Collage teapot is suitable for all heat sources, except for microwave ovens.
Material: Cast Iron
Remove all adhesives before the first use. Wash the pan in warm soapy water and dry it well. This item is not microwave safe.