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  • Mu, which means "hexagon" in Japanese, was designed by Toyo Ito to complement the Ku crockery collection he created for Alessi in 2006. Sharp, yet with a touch of sensitivity and elegance… Linear, yet with an organic quality of plants… We intend to shift our familiar sensations with chopsticks onto cutlery. (Toyo Ito).

    $440.00
  • Dry cutlery set, designed by Achille Castiglioni proved its innovative shape and resolute style, along with extreme manageability and an excellent finish.

    $405.00
  • Nuovo Milano cutlery set entered production after several years of formal experimenting, prototyping, and technological research on differentiated thicknesses in the bodies of the cutlery pieces: Ettore Sottsass wanted his cutlery to be as smooth as seaworn stones.

    $405.00
  • Following the typical minimalist approach that features in all Jasper Morrison's work, this design is an attempt to reduce the "cutlery-object" to its barest essence, its purest and most customary form and what might tentatively be called its definitive form, and deliberately stripped of all stylistic value and - perhaps precisely because of this - clearly recognisable as Morrison's work.

    $230.00
  • The cutlery set was designed by the English architect David Chipperfield. Attention to continuity of form makes the grip soft and the design startling (despite its apparent simplicity).

    $235.00
  • Massimiliano Fuksas and Doriana Mandrelli have been commissioned by Alessi to bring their considerable talents to the concept of the table in its entirety. Their objective is to introduce an incisive and contemporary interpretation to the classic rituals of the table.

    $290.00
  • Designed in 1938 and presented in silver at the 1940 Triennale, the Caccia series of cutlery - an excellent example of “Lombard classicism” in design - won praise from Gio Ponti for the balance it struck between an image of craftsmanship and the industrial future of household objects.

    $440.00
  • Traditionally, the rules would require that decoration be applied in the most important and most visible areas of the object. Wanders, on the other hand, applies it to secluded areas, a little out of sight, sometimes even in areas that aren’t normally visible at all, so much so that we could call it a sort of introverted decoration.

    Regular Price: $421.00

    Special Price $337.00

  • Cutlery set designed by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec. The Ovale collection strives to be original, but it also wants to be rustic and traditional. We set out in pursuit of delicate expression. This composition speaks about every day life, about breakfast, lunch, about everyone getting together for dinner. There is a desire for simplicity. (Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec)

    $260.00
  • With the “Mami” cutlery series, Stefano Giovannoni's great commitment and unmatched talent directly challenge the grand masters of design. Proof positive that he is on the Mount Olympus of design. For the “super and popular” champion of playful design, his declared ambition of taking his place in Alessi history among the great designers begins to take shape.

    $475.00
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