The duo Federica Castagno and Sara Petrucci of Acquacalda have presented their new collection called “Applied Physics,” a range of kitchen gadgets based on the laws of physics.
The collection also includes a self-hydrating plant pot, a glass with a measuring reservoir, a bowl for weighing dry food in water and a vase that indicates the water level inside through its handle.
“One For All, All For One,” fill four glasses simultaneously.
“Archimede’s Scale,” a simple graduated bowl on first take, also weighs ingredients when immersed in water; measurements on the exterior indicate buoyancy.
“Vasco,” Allows the passage of water between two vessels.
“Communicating Vase” – Vase for cut flowers: the addition to the side of a ceramic vase of a transparent tube allows it to “communicate” constantly the level of water remaining inside it.
“Mix In Glass” – Glass with dispenser for the preparation of cocktails: the graduated cap has a double drilling, a hole for the drinking straw and one for the passage of air/fluid.
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