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STRIETMAN makes its Atlanta debut at the Design Economy Expo.

Design Economy Expo 2018. STRIETMAN

Redefining the craft of espresso making. STRIETMAN, founded by Dutch designer Wouter Strietman (graduate Design Academy Eindhoven), is a company developing and designing coffee related products for the household environment.

Most espresso machines carry quite complicated electromechanical systems but the Strietman brew group uses a simple and robust lever mechanism. This technology —developed in post-war Italy— gives you absolute control over the extraction process.

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STRIETMAN espresso machine. Design: Wouter Strietman

STRIETMAN makes its Atlanta debut at the 2018 Design Economy Expo.

Design Economy Expo
31 May — 2 June 2018
Woodruff Arts Center
1280 Peachtree St NE
Atlanta, GA 30309

Perfection, simplicity and transparency have been the leading principles during development. To safeguard reliability, security and sustainability, Strietman prioritize CE certification and therefore its machines comply with the European standards for these devices.

Strietman aims to appeal to users looking for the best possible taste from a machine that looks great because of its build quality and durable engineering.

Celebrate the coffee ritual, the joy of a perfect espresso being a quality part of life. Focus on the pure simplicity, having a piece of solid traditional engineering to allow a sensory experience of coffee preparation.

These products excel in quality and craftsmanship. Simple and reliable engineering, built to last forever.

The Strietman espresso machines are produced in The Netherlands using a small-scale industrial production line. The machines are carefully assembled and tested.

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STRIETMAN espresso machine. Design: Wouter Strietman

The art of coffee making is brought back to its essential origin.

The technology involved has been simplified and made visible in every detail. The machine is operated by hand and for full quality control you can rely on the judgement of your own senses.

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