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What is the Barisieur?

The Barisieur is a premium alarm clock that eases you into your morning with the soothing sounds of bubbling water along with the smell of the freshly brewed coffee or loose leaf tea.



The Barisieur is inspired by a combination of the modern ritual of filter coffee with the iconic vinyl record player, encouraging a nostalgic experience with the user. The design was born with a digital detox in mind, where the design language balances between simplicity and mystified alchemy; watch how the water magically transports from one vessel to other due to steam pressure.

Form follows function with all aspects of this design; the scientific borosilicate glassware sits on a charming walnut or rubber-wood timber tray, coming together to create distinctive new forms. The tray effortlessly lifts off the mid-century styled black or white base to aid transportation of accessories.

The simple housing holds sophisticated technology. An induction coil is used to boil the water efficiently and safely in the vessel above. It has a milk vessel centralized in the base that’s cooled at 3 °C due to the integrated peltier cooler, which detects if milk is present due to an infrared sensor. A retro digital display to simply tell the time and set the alarm, which dims in low lit environments due to the integrated diode. There is a sealed drawer to store for coffee or tea which conveniently holds a stainless-steel spoon which sits in the stainless-steel lid.


"The mix of Scandinavian and timeless design makes the Barisieur feel at home whether it’s displayed in the kitchen, living room or bedroom."

The Creator: Joishua Renouf

Joshua is a young London-based product designer with a tenacious attitude for innovation and a desire to explore new ideas. He is motivated by playful designs, which encourage interaction and induce a cherished relationship with both the product and the user. He normally initially starts with an intense research period before going deep into the design process of trying to solve the design challenge. Josh enjoys combining technology with premium materials that are made to last and age gracefully with the user. He feels that it is important that the user feels proud to display the objects in their home.

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Written by Mark Greene

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