Cast Tea Heater

by Norm Architects for Menu

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Encouraging a simpler way of life by sparking a newfound appreciation for the elements, the Cast Tea Heater uses fire to heat your brew, re-contextualizing the traditional tea-making process with its fuss-free heating method.
Taking inspiration from old cast iron elements on traditional gas stoves, the Cast Tea Heater has been simplified in shape with the gas being replaced by a tea light to keep the tea warm for as long as you wish. Made of powder-coated steel, the black textured surface and cross shape strikes a fine balance between contemporary design and nostalgia; its simplicity, in harmony with Menu’s deeper ethos to create products with an eternal appeal that endure the changing seasons.

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Norm Architects is a multidisciplinary design studio based in Copenhagen, Denmark. Founded in 2008 by Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen and Kasper Rønn von Lotzbeck, the firm uses unique and simple aesthetics to create objects and spaces that strive to be striking, functional, and aesthetically durable.

”Products should not only be durable because of good materials and good craftsmanship – but also aesthetically durable in the sense that you can keep looking at them and find them interesting and beautiful as the years roll by. We take pride in our culture and history, and we hope and aspire to create new norms for Nordic design”.