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Remodelista Reconnaissance: World’s Most Stylish Filtered Water Dispenser?

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Remodelista Reconnaissance: World’s Most Stylish Filtered Water Dispenser?

March 4, 2022

For years we’ve been spotting one particularly sculptural water dispenser in the kitchens of the design-minded and eco-conscious. Recently we did a deep dive; here’s everything you need to know.

The Sighting

most recently, we spotted the curvilinear vessel in a brooklyn cook space by st 9
Above: Most recently, we spotted the curvilinear vessel in a Brooklyn cook space by Studio Oink. It’s on the far righthand side of the counter, also viewable in An International Affair: Studio Oink Collaborate with a NY Design Team on a Young Family’s Brooklyn Townhouse. Photograph by Matthew Williams, courtesy of Studio Oink.

The Source

introducing the walter filter. it&#8\2\17;s a ceramic vessel (the company c 10
Above: Introducing the Walter filter. It’s a ceramic vessel (the company calls clay the “elemental material”), with a lid, top chamber, bottom chamber, a stainless steel spout, a maple handle, and a Berkey filter inside. They’re hand-made in Brooklyn by founder Cassie Griffin and her team. Shown here is the Walter in White.

Note: The Walter site is currently undergoing a revamp. In the meanwhile, the Walter Ceramic Water Filter in white is available via Goop for $450. Keep an eye on the Walter site and @walterfilter for relaunch updates.

the walter also comes in a variety of textures and painted designs, offering a  11
Above: The Walter also comes in a variety of textures and painted designs, offering a design-forward—and much more eco-friendly—alternative to disposable bottles.
another painted walter. also available: a hand forged steel walter stand, made  12
Above: Another painted Walter. Also available: a hand-forged steel Walter Stand, made by blacksmith Jim Wyckoff in Pennsylvania.
the anatomy of a walter. for more on how it works, head here. 13
Above: The anatomy of a Walter. For more on how it works, head here.

N.B. The other place we recently spotted a Walter? In a hand-built sauna on the Maine coast, featured in our new book, Remodelista in Maine: A Design Lover’s Guide to Inspired, Down-to-Earth Style. Head here to pre-order a copy.

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