Yves Behar’s Soda Maker Can Be Customized To Fit Any Kitchen Color Scheme [Pics]

Yves Behar’s Soda Maker Can Be Customized To Fit Any Kitchen Color Scheme [Pics]

The SodaStream Play can be designed to fit the customer's preferences.

Leah Gonzalez
  • 19 september 2013

Home beverage carbonation systems manufacturer SodaStream International partnered with designer and FuseProject founder Yves Behar to create SodaStream Play, a soda maker that can be color-customized to fit the owner’s design preferences.

SodaStream Play was designed to go with the concept of “play it your way” and comes in six different colors. The head and column parts can be mixed and matched to allow the owners to play with design and make a statement.

Behar’s redesign of the soda maker emphasizes the efficiency of the system and its ease of use. SodaStream Play has a simple yet very modern look and can fit easily in any kitchen theme. The soda maker can be used with the 60L or 130L CO2 cylinder.

SodaStream and Behar previously collaborated on the award-winning Source soda maker.

The soda maker makes its debut at designjunction during the London Design Festival held from September 19th to 22nd. As part of the designjunction exhibition, Behar also designed a new carbonating bottle to go with SodaStream Play, as well as with SodaStream Source. The new bottle comes in three colors and in one-liter and half-liter sizes.

SodaStream Play will be available in stores in the spring of 2014.

SodaStream // FuseProject


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