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An item that combines hi-tech performance and a timeless aesthetic, cleverly conveyed in understated lines where every detail meets a specific functional requirement. Plissé’s soft pleats drape over a gleaming stainless steel body: an intriguing juxtaposition of different materials and geometric shapes characterises the Cappuccino machine by Michele De Lucchi, suitable for induction hobs. High-tech performance and beguiling design for a new small kitchen appliance that adds to the architect’s collection designed for Alessi.
Multi-function induction milk frother in thermoplastic resin. Jug in 18/10 stainless steel.
Capacity (cl): 35.00
Height (cm): 22.50
Length (cm): 17.00
Width (cm): 12.00
“A true design work must move people, convey emotions, bring back memories, surprise, and go against common thinking.”
Making the ordinary extraordinary. Creating everyday objects that are interesting and desirable, where aesthetics, functionality and quality find their balance in a cultural and emotional dimension that charms and surprises.
Alessi’s commitment is to translate the search for the most advanced cultural, aesthetic, executive and functional quality into industrial mass production. It has been called a “Factory of dreams” and its aim is to respond, with its products, to the need for happiness, for Art and Poetry, a need shared by the whole of mankind.
Alessi is not a production industry in the traditional sense, but a sort of laboratory of industrial research into applied arts. Open to change and to international development, the company is also deeply rooted in tradition and in the cultural background of its territory: Alessi continues to be synonymous with artisan products made with the help of machinery.
Since 1921, the year in which the firm was established, most Alessi objects have been created via cold processing of the metals and, even today, are still made in Italy by highly skilled craftsmen at the factory in Crusinallo, Omegna, In recent decades, Alessi has also included many other materials in its catalogue, such as wood, porcelain, glass, plastic, etc. Strict quality standards are applied to each of them, with constant mediation between the technological complexity of industrial production and the attention to details typical of craftsmanship.