The flour mill is easily an incredibly old invention from possibly the stone age. Two massive discs of stone that run against each other, grinding grains of wheat between to a fine powder that we refer to as flour. There’s nothing sophisticated about the mill, but there’s also no reason for it NOT to look sophisticated. The Millithic Stone Mill gives a makeover to an age-old product. What essentially is two stone discs with a rudimentary handle on the top for rotating is now a slick looking product with two stones hidden behind a matte black exterior. It comes with a foldable handle, compacting the design… and even a neat looking flour reservoir. Boy, our ancestors would be proud!
Designer: Meng Jie Chen