Minimalist Juicer

Nae is an interesting take on what designer Thibaut Rouganne calls a minimalist juicer. Personally I can envisage a far more stripped looking tool for something as simple as juicing but I do like how the lines of the design emphasize its function. The entire thing could be made from one sheet of plastic and it’s far more compact than the traditional juicer.


Designer: Thibaut Rouganne

20 Comments

  • Mark Craner says:

    Totally agree. I fail to see what is minimal about this. It’s just a regular juice that has nice design.

  • Ray says:

    Well seeing how the spouts eat into the juice storing capacity, maybe that’s what they mean by minimalist

  • madamini says:

    The prototype looks badly executed. I see too many curves and it reminds me of an ashtray.

  • romain says:

    This thibaut Rougane concept is amazing, where can I buy it?

  • VICTORB says:

    AWESOME THIS GUY IS A MASTER, THE KING OF THE KINGS ANDTHIS IS THE BEST OF THE BEST

  • sharon says:

    It’s just a juicer that we have the market with four corner spout and different material? And?

  • Rob says:

    Lol. This is certainly not “far more compact than the traditional juicer”. The traditional juicer is this exact shape minus the pointed corners. I would like to see plastic that thin with enough structural stability to withstand the forces the average user would like to put into it.

  • Maryline says:

    It looks pretty, that’s about it.

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