Low-Tech Coffee Maker Celebrates The Brewing Process [Video]

Low-Tech Coffee Maker Celebrates The Brewing Process [Video]
Design & Architecture

The Manual Coffeemaker allows the user watch the step-by-step process.

Leah Gonzalez
  • 18 march 2014

Designed by Craighton Berman Studio, the Manual Coffeemaker is a low-tech appliance made completely out of transparent glass and celebrates the process of “pour over” or making coffee by hand.

The Manual Coffeemaker or the MCM is a slow dripper designed as a countertop device. It lets users make coffee by the cup or mug. Hot water is poured over a cone of freshly ground coffee and brewed coffee drips into the carafe or any mug.


Since the device is made of transparent glass, it gives users the full “pour over” experience and allows them to slow down during the day. The coffeemaker also comes with a double-wall design which helps maintain the right temperature for brewing.

The MCM is currently raising funds on Kickstarter. Backers can get their own MCM for $80. The campaign ends on April 19th.

Check out the Kickstarter video below.

Craighton Berman Studio

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+Home & Garden
+Manual Coffeemaker

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