Variable geometry teapot

For sale

Traditional teapot revisited

2006 – Updated in 2020

Bildi is an iconic symbol of Morocco, showcasing their art and culture. A teapot with variable geometry – round or cubic in shape- all it takes is a quick 90° rotation for the transformation! It displays either its traditional roundedness or profile obtained by extrusion, giving users creative control over this sacred object of everyday life.

Experience a captivating blend of traditional values and modern ideas, effortlessly unifying East and West.

Designer Younes Duret’s “induCraft” concept takes inspiration from his teapot: a handcrafted object featuring an extrusion technique, widely found in design and manufacturing. Through this thoughtfully considered approach to blending industry with craftsmanship, Bildi was born – the perfect embodiment of creative ingenuity!

– L. 15 x l. 7,5 x H. 18 cm.
Nickel silver or tinplate / stainless steel.


« Une chaise qui s’inspire de la chaîne montagneuse qui s’étend sur tout le grand Maghreb, forcément il fallait s’attendre des courbures, le but étant sans doute de nous évader en montagne sans bouger de chez nous. Une chaise très originale proposée par Younes Duret qui s’inspire beaucoup du Maroc pour notre plus grand plaisir. »

Tea has been a beloved beverage for centuries, with the teapot as its embodiment. It is deeply entrenched in our cultural identity and holds an esteemed place within society.

Designer Younes Duret crafted a timeless teapot, marrying our traditional cultural customs with modern aesthetics. The result? A beautiful and sophisticated design that is both classic and contemporary.

In a historically significant move, the Victoria & Albert Museum, an institution celebrated globally, has added to its Islamic art collection one of the earliest Bildi teapot prototypes, an artistic masterpiece in its own right. Moreover, a version of this teapot, exquisitely zouaked and signed by Marrakech’s master craftsmen, has been incorporated into the archives of the esteemed School of Fine Arts in Tétouan, marking a notable chapter in the annals of design, artisanship, and art.

Development of form.
Design for rapid prototyping.
Industrial design.
Material and finish.
Sourcing and testing of components.
3D design and rendering on Autodesk 3ds Max and Vray.

Modernising a traditional object.
Paying homage to a ritual that is symbolic of Maghrebi cultures.
Provide the user with a rich and entertaining experience.


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