Nespresso Contest Winners Could Make Tasty Coffee If You Knew How to Use ThemS

Nespresso—maker of single serve pseudo-coffee machines—has announced its design contest winners. The entries range from the abstract of the winner—"Untitled," by Brice Genre and Hanika Perez, left—to the 2001-like spiffiness of the second entry—"Pearl," by Andreas Diefenbach, center—to the completely absurd but pretty, as you will see in the full gallery with 21 concepts after the jump.

Nespresso Contest Winners Could Make Tasty Coffee If You Knew How to Use ThemS

Nespresso Contest Winners Could Make Tasty Coffee If You Knew How to Use ThemS

Nespresso Contest Winners Could Make Tasty Coffee If You Knew How to Use ThemS

Nespresso Contest Winners Could Make Tasty Coffee If You Knew How to Use ThemS

Nespresso Contest Winners Could Make Tasty Coffee If You Knew How to Use ThemS

Nespresso Contest Winners Could Make Tasty Coffee If You Knew How to Use ThemS

Nespresso Contest Winners Could Make Tasty Coffee If You Knew How to Use ThemS

Nespresso Contest Winners Could Make Tasty Coffee If You Knew How to Use ThemS

Nespresso Contest Winners Could Make Tasty Coffee If You Knew How to Use ThemS

Nespresso Contest Winners Could Make Tasty Coffee If You Knew How to Use ThemS

Nespresso Contest Winners Could Make Tasty Coffee If You Knew How to Use ThemS

Nespresso Contest Winners Could Make Tasty Coffee If You Knew How to Use ThemS

Nespresso Contest Winners Could Make Tasty Coffee If You Knew How to Use ThemS

Nespresso Contest Winners Could Make Tasty Coffee If You Knew How to Use ThemS

Nespresso Contest Winners Could Make Tasty Coffee If You Knew How to Use ThemS

Nespresso Contest Winners Could Make Tasty Coffee If You Knew How to Use ThemS

Nespresso Contest Winners Could Make Tasty Coffee If You Knew How to Use ThemS

Nespresso Contest Winners Could Make Tasty Coffee If You Knew How to Use ThemS

Nespresso Contest Winners Could Make Tasty Coffee If You Knew How to Use ThemS

[Nespresso via Single Serve Coffee]