Scoops by Hugh Miller
Scoops and stirrers for tea and coffee, part of 'The Coffee Ceremony' collection, inspired by Japanese design principles and an homage to the Japanese Tea Ceremony.
From left to right:
Elm Stirrer - with brass detail and a handle dyed with calligraphy ink.
Used to mix the coffee in the cone filter to ensure a full extraction.
Length: 20.8 cm
Scoop: 3.6 cm (Dia) x 0.6 cm (Depth)
Walnut Matcha Tea Scoop - with brass detail.
Length: 22 cm
Scoop: 1.3 cm (Dia) x 4 cm (Depth)
Noir Coffee Scoop - dyed with calligraphy ink and with brass detail.
Length: 20.5 cm
Scoop: 4.2 cm (Dia) x 4.5 (Depth)
Hugh Miller founded Hugh Miller Furniture after completing his Masters in Architecture. The influence of Hugh’s architectural education can still be seen throughout our studio’s output. We see furniture as small pieces of architecture, where the concept is embedded in the intricacy of the detail.
Hugh is heavily influenced by his time researching in Japan as a Winston Churchill Memorial Fellow. This transformative experience led him to develop a set of design principles, inspired by Japanese applied arts philosophy, that now underpin his studio.