This countertop coffee station, designed by Davide Oppizzi, is one of the most unusual items that an ordinary living room would fit in if it had access to the lower floor of a warehouse. It can be seen in some living rooms, bars, restaurants and all kinds of other places.
The countertop coffee station created Davide Oppizzi, from Scarpa Design, was born from the need of a coffee station for the Brazilian heavy coffee maker Teia, which is also made of concrete. In that case, the idea came from the encounter with this product that comes with a special integrated mixer and with a high grade concrete.
From the feeling of a good taste you associate the product with the design, using as an example the Curvo coffee table and the Scarpa design chair. Behind this good looking design you can find in the middle of the living room, beside the glass door that is cut with a curved sheet of glass and the white, minimalist and modern design sofa.
The white and wood combination gives you the feeling that you can get the best of both worlds when you are at the office, as you can get a lot of comfort and you can use the heavy coffee furniture that can offer you comfort and rest for a short time.