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Per Selvaag knows a lot about the machines we drive. But, perhaps most important, he also knows a great deal about the machines that drive us.

So when the former lead designer for BMW and Peugeot decided to turn his attention to creating an espresso machine for the home, he considered the other brands currently on the market, evaluated what they offered the consumer, and asked himself how his own model would best serve the stay-at-home barista using it each day.

“When you’re a product designer, an industrial designer, you think critically about anything and everything around you. To imbue something with originality is important,” Selvaag explains.

 
 

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Spigot

A hot water spigot is cleverly designed to resemble those of a vintage sink tap

 
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Tap Valves

A hot water spigot is cleverly designed to resemble those of a vintage sink tap

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tap Valves

A hot water spigot is cleverly designed to resemble those of a vintage sink tap