Carry your water, herbal tea or your favorite beverage with you, by keeping them always fresh or hot! K-Lab bottles are made of steel so you can take your drinks with you every day, to the office or at home.
They are easy to wash and allow daily use, avoiding unnecessary waste of plastic, an eye to the environment:

  • The 500ml bottle is designed exclusively for cold drinks.
  • The 600ml thermal bottle maintains the temperature of hot and cold drinks; great for excursions or everyday use.

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How this project came about

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K-LAB is a collective that develops design projects.
Graphic designers, architects and illustrators get involved and work together with the abilities of fragile people, recognising their value, channelling their resources in a productive way, giving dignity and due recognition to their talent.

K-Lab combines several workshops in a single production chain to create beautiful and useful products. Each workshop is designed to enhance the skills and differences of fragile people through creativity and beauty. 



The lettering was done by the people of Nessuno Escluso, an experimental project that takes in about thirty adults with disabilities and accompanies them in projects of autonomy and social inclusion.
Nessuno Escluso builds opportunities for inclusion starting from those who experience exclusion in order to overcome it, letting themselves be guided by creativity through photography, self-discovery, beauty and manual work.

Playwood Adakto
Playwood Adakto


The sentences come from the imagination of Giardino del Baobab, which was born from the desire to promote the culture of the uniqueness of the person and of difference as a resource, to give voice and recognition to the rich and profound thoughts of those who until now were forced to silence because they did not have verbal language due to a disability. Il Giardino del Baobab collaborates through the design of sentences and texts, written by the silent children through the technique of Facilitated Communication. How many thoughts we would have missed without this initiative.