A cup of coffee by Ryohei Yoshiyuki | Dezeen

A cup of coffee by Ryohei Yoshiyuki

Japanese designer Ryohei Yoshiyuki has designed an ash tray made of used coffee grounds.

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The coffee is meant to absorb the smell from the cigarette ash.

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Here's a little more from Yoshiyuki:

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The name of project is "a cup of coffee".

Some people has habit that putting coffee grounds to the ashtray, so that it takes the smell.

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From that habit, I designed ashtray "a cup of coffee" which out of coffee beans after we made coffee. It could fit for a cigarette with your "a cup of coffee".

A man
A break
A cup of coffee
A cigarette
even that little time might be the best moment in your day.

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A cup of coffee is the ash tray that is made of the coffee beans that after we made coffee.

Enjoy a cigarette like you enjoy a cup of coffee.