sodastream source bottle re-design by yves behar
 
sodastream source bottle re-design by yves behar sodastream source bottle re-design by yves behar
aug 24, 2013

sodastream source bottle re-design by yves behar

sodastream ‘source’ bottle re-design by yves béhar
all images courtesy sodastream © tom mannion

 

 

sodastream has presented the new bottle re-design by san francisco-based design yves béhar of fuseproject. influenced by the silhouette of a single water drop, the new container was developed to accompany the ‘sodastream source’ home soda maker — a sculpted form highlighting clean, monolithic lines to emphasize sustainability while retaining the minimalistic approach characteristic of ‘thesource’ collection. adopting the concept behind béhar’s model of ‘reduce and refine’, the drop motif is also featured on the facade of the machine, cohesively branding the system and bottle silhouette.

 

 

‘when designing the sodastream carbonating bottle, we set ourselves the challenge of creating a bottle that not only held pressure while carbonating and could be used over 5000 times but also looked beautiful on the kitchen table,’ says yaron kopel, sodastream chief innovation & design officer. ‘the new drop bottle more than achieves all these features. it is a bottle for the new generation: iconic, beautiful and reusable,’ he adds.

 

 

informed by a single water drop, the sculptured design highlights clean monolithic lines to emphasize sustainability
image © tom mannion

 

 

the concept of the sodastream ‘source’ bottle adopts yves béhar’s model of ‘reduce and refine’
image © tom mannion

 

 

the new container was developed to accompany the ‘sodastream source’ home soda maker
image © tom mannion

 

 

the new design is available in three colours for the base and cup: chrome, black and white
image © tom mannion

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