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Alessi Il Conico Sugar Bowl with Spoon

Brand

alessi
Starting at: $160.00 CAD
$160.00 CAD

Description

Sugar bowl with spoon in mirror polished steel. The clean, geometric forms in Aldo Rossi's designs, a constant presence in many of his architectural designs, are transformed into real objects to be touched and used, becoming icons of the 1980s household landscape. MORE INFO
$160.00 CAD
Description

Details

Sugar bowl with spoon in mirror polished steel. The clean, geometric forms in Aldo Rossi's designs, a constant presence in many of his architectural designs, are transformed into real objects to be touched and used, becoming icons of the 1980s household landscape.

MATERIALS:

  • 18/10 stainless steel mirror polished

MEASUREMENTS:

  • Height: 15.3 cm / 6 inch
  • Diameter: ΓΈ 6.8 cm / 2.6 inch
  • Volume: 26.5 cl
Brand
Alessi

Timeless Italian quality products for your home. Collaborating with internationally recognized designers such as Michael Graves, Philippe Starck and Richard Sapper Alessi has produced some of the absolute best iconic designs in the world. GR Shop offers you over 1000 of these essential, beautiful and revered objects to complete your home.

Designer
Alessi Il Conico Sugar Bowl with Spoon Designed by:
  • Aldo Rossi , 1989
Aldo Rossi

Aldo Rossi

Italy, 1931 - 1997

Aldo Rossi was an Italian architect and designer who accomplished the unusual feat of achieving international recognition in four distinct areas: theory, drawing, architecture and product design. He was the first italian to receive the Pritzker Prize for architecture. In 1984 designed products for Alessi, and in 1987 for Unifor (now part of Molteni Furniture). His well known espresso maker La Conica, designed for Alessi came out in 1984.

His life as an architect started with Gardella and Zanuso. An author of abstraction, reduction and brevitas, his severe language of primary shapes, geometrical patterns and silent evocation created some of the most intensely poetic works of architecture and design in his age.

 

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