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introducing by Yves Béhar Introducing SOURCE by Yves Béhar

No more heavy and energy intensive shipments of water. Now you can get soda water conveniently and efficiently from the tap.

Introducing SOURCE by Yves Béhar Intuitive LED Interface Innovative Flower Lock New Bottle Design Seamless Back Panel

SodaStream uses technology to reduce the complexity and waste of sparkling water and soda, and this is the quality I focused on; creating a simple and beautiful object for the kitchen while keeping 21st century values.

Yves Béhar
550 PLASTIC BOTTLES EACH YEAR The international launch of SodaStream Source by Yves Béhar at The Conran Shop and
Victoria & Albert Museum London
Shipment Begins in Selected Stores Late 2012

Exact date to be announced. SodaStream Source will be available in stores worldwide.


  • Comeback Kid

    ELLE Decoration UK | 9.12

    The SodaStream is having a revival. But this time, the design is slicker and comes with a conscience...


  • Sparkling Redesign

    Wired Magazine USA | 8.12

    To put the fizz back into SodaStream’s famous beverage carbonator, designer Yves Behar has applied his “reduce and refine” philosophy to the latest model...


  • Bubble Yum

    ELLE USA | 8.12

    Give the carbonated cocktail trend a whirl at home with an Yves B?har designed SodaStream Source...


  • Carbon Nation

    Vogue Living Australia | 7.12

    Yves Béhar reworked all elements of SodaStream’s home beverage carbonation products to create the ultra-streamlined 'Source' soda system...


  • Gulp Down

    Architectural Digest India | 7.12

    Imagine, endless supply of soda without piling up the cans...


  • Minnen bubblar upp

    Residence Magazine Sweden | 7.12

    Ny, snygg och nyttig. IngVen skrattar längre åt läskmaskinen.


  • SodaStream’s new model

    Axis Magazine Japan | 8.12

    A new model from SodaStream – Introducing a new stream to the world of carbonated beverages...


  • Pop Culture

    CNBC Business | 6.12

    Yves Béhar prolific industrial design studio fuseproject has dropped its latest sparkler: a new soda maker from the Israeli home-carbonation company SodaStream called Source.


  • Buller Pour de Bon

    Le Vif Weekend, Belgium | 5.25.12

    Le concept ne date pas d’hier mais c’est une pointure du design qui vient de le revisiter. Présentée lors du dernier Salon du meuble de Milan, la machine à sodas Source de SodaStream est signée Yves Béhar.


  • The Peak Magazine Singapore


    Some guilty pleasures in life can be pretty hard to justify. Sparkling water, for instance.


  • fuseproject Designs a Soda Maker Worthy of Jony Ive

    fastcompany | 4.16.12

    Yves Béhar prolific industrial design studio fuseproject has dropped its latest sparkler: a new soda maker from the Israeli home-carbonation company SodaStream called Source.


  • SodaStream serves up bubbles and chic

    Financial Times | 4.15.12

    After turning a strong year financially in 2011, SodaStream has teamed up with designer Yves Béhar to launch a new product line, SodaStream Source, that will be on show from April 17 at Milan’s Museo Nazionale della Scienza e della Tecnologia during international design week.


  • Design Studio: Thursday at Most

    Dezeen | 4.19.12

    In the fourth episode of our daily TV show from Dezeen Studio in Milan…Yves Béhar demonstrates his redesigned SodaStream system for making dizzy drinks at home.


  • Making Bubbles Better

    Surface Magazine | 5.1.12

    Yves Béhar plans to upend the soft-drink market one homemade carbonated beverage at a time.


  • Bright New Things

    The Observer Magazine UK | 6.5.12

    San Francisco-based Swiss Industrial Designer Yves Béhar has reworked the classic machine (remember “Get busy with the fizzy” anyone), creating a great-looking product you’d actually want on your kitchen counter.




The Product The Designer The Story Sodabar

SodaStream Source

The elegantly redesigned carbonating bottle easily locks into place with a single-push motion. Powered by a CO2 canister, the refined mechanics of SodaStream Source make the entire top surface responsive to touch, and the strength of carbonation is visible through an LED display, providing instant, visual feedback.

Yves Béhar

Yves Béhar

Yves Béhar is a designer and sustainability advocate. He is the founder of fuseproject, the San Francisco and New York based design and branding firm he established in 1999. His collaborations with renowned partners such as Herman Miller, Jawbone, GE, Puma, Canal+, MINI, Samsung, Issey Miyake, Swarovski and many others have received international acclaim.

Yves Béhar believes that design should be a force for positive social and environmental change.

His humanitarian work on One Laptop Per Child and See Better to Learn Better has been honored with an INDEX award each, making him the only designer to have received the award twice.

Béhar's works are included in the permanent collections of museums worldwide including the MOMA and the Pompidou Center in Paris.

SodaStream Impact

SodaStream is an "Active Green" product, meaning that consumers are actively reducing their CO2 footprint every time they make soda or sparkling water at home instead of buying it from the store. The more the system is used on a daily basis, the more CO2 footprint the user actively saves.

Because SodaStream uses water straight from the tap, the system makes traditional store-bought beverage bottles obsolete.


SodaStream at The Conran Shop

The highly-anticipated SodaStream Source by Yves Béhar will be available for the first time globally at The Conran Shop during London Design Festival. Béhar’s concept re-examines every element of the SodaStream system, including the interface, design and material selection, redefining the way it is used. The monolithic shape of SodaStream Source expresses the simple efficiency of the system while making a strong design statement in the kitchen. There will also be a SodaStream Bar at The Conran Shop serving complimentary soft drinks and cocktails for the duration of the Festival.

SodaStream at the V&A

SodaStream is also collaborating with conceptual artist David Kassman with screenings of the poetic film ‘Lost’ in the Lecture Theatre of the Victoria & Albert Museum. The thought-provoking film , addresses the environmentally damaging plastic waste in our oceans. The film places in the hands of the consumer the choice whether to change their habits of consumption or whether to contribute to this global problem of drowning in plastic. SodaStream is on a mission to eliminate this waste; Source is a home carbonation system that is an alternative to packaged beverages, with one household able to save 550 plastic bottles per year by using a SodaStream machine instead.



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