Erlenmeyer Teapot

Erlenmeyer is a teapot named after the chemist and creator of the conical laboratory flask, Emil Erlenmeyer. Originally a feature of Emil's flask, the angled walls of the teapot collect the condensing hot vapors and minimize water loss. The teapot features a test tube inspired tea infuser that can be inserted into either spout, depending on the user's handedness, with the open spout to be used for pouring.

This prototype was co-designed with Nopasorn (Prim) Incharoensakdi and created with the help of Sky Glass.

Freelance, Full-time
Jessica Giden
Designer San Antonio, TX