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- Composition: Porcelain
- Dimensions: Depth: 26.5 cm Height: 8.5 cm Width: 21.2 cm
- Product code:58001889AW
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More about this item
Set of 6 porcelain dessert plates. At first glance “Colombina Collection” looks like a stunning, sculptural design series: plates, containers and cups that are pleasing to the eye and made with new materials and in different colors. On closer inspection the collection’s design reveals its attention to dinner service rituals while remaining open to the evolution of contemporary dining with its playful nature, its receptiveness to change and the rearrangement of tableware. One piece contains another or they can be easily placed side by side like an arrangement of petals.
More about Massimiliano & Doriana Fuksas
Born in Rome in 1944, Massimiliano Fuksas opened his Roman office in 1967, followed by one in Paris and another in Vienna. He has taught at the Staadtliche Akademie der Bildenden Künste in Stuttgart, the École Spéciale d’Architecture in Paris, the Akademie der Bildenden Künste in Vienna, Columbia University in New York and La Sapienza in Rome. He was awarded the Vitruvio International prize for his career in Buenos Aires (1998), the Grand Prix d’Architecture Française (1999) and the AIA’s Honorary Fellowship (2002). In 2000 Fuksas was named Accademico Nazionale di San Luca and Commandeur de l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres de la République Française. He was the director of the 7th International Biennale of Architecture in Venice, entitled “Less Aesthetics, More Ethics”. Doriana O. Mandrelli was born in Rome and earned a degree in art history from La Sapienza in 1979. She attended La Sapienza’s Faculty of Architecture and was a member of the board of In/arch. She has taught contemporary architecture at La Sapienza, and in 2002 she was named Officier de l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres de la République Française. She has been working with Massimiliano Fuksas since 1985 and directs the design department of his practice.
More about ALESSI
The Alessi line is the best expression of mass-produced industrial design, with a superior emphasis on technological quality, craftsmanship, and conceptual design.