Design Firm Montaag Creates Anza, The First Concrete Espresso Machine

Rather than utilizing the same, tired materials that have been used on espresso machines since they were invented in the late 1800s, Bay-Area design firm Montaag decided to try something else altogether.
The small team built this machine’s housing using concrete, and made sure to construct its components with equally under-utilized materials like corian, wood, steel, and brass.
The result is the Anza Concrete Espresso Machine, a home espresso machine that looks more like a sculpture than a kitchen appliance. But despite the brutalist look, the machine can do everything you’d want an espresso maker to do. It features a set of minimalist controls located on the top of the machine that make it a cinch to operate. The project will be available for crowdfunding in August of this year.

Design firm Montaag creates Anza, the first Concrete Espresso Machine

Design firm Montaag creates Anza, the first Concrete Espresso Machine

Design firm Montaag creates Anza, the first Concrete Espresso Machine

Design firm Montaag creates Anza, the first Concrete Espresso Machine

Design firm Montaag creates Anza, the first Concrete Espresso Machine

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