Alessi Electric Kettle Plisse Black

£79.00 £67.15

Brand: Alessi

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Alessi Electric Kettle Plisse Black

Alessi Electric Kettle Plisse Black – An haute couture accessory… Plissé is an electric kettle made from thermoplastic resin which is characterised by pretty folds which give it a particularly chic form. According to Michele De Lucchi, who designed Plissé, “A form with no folds is just a volume without form”. Coming from a very ancient technique, this folding method applied to this kettle is undeniably similar to the one that you can find on haute couture clothes. Elegant down to the smallest details, Plissé is available in wonderful colours and its power supply base has been hidden inside of the kettle. This very practical kettle also has a thermally insulated base, which allows it to be placed directly on any surface.

Pleated look – Anti-limescale filter – Insulating base – Automatically switches off if no water

Electric kettle in thermoplastic resin, black. English plug.


Width (cm):  16.00

Height (cm):  29.00
Content (cl/oz):  170.00
Length (cm):  21.00
Alessi Kettle Plissé Video

Michele De Lucchi

Architect. Michele De Lucchi was a prominent figure in movements like Cavart, Alchimia and Memphis. He designed lamps and furniture for the most well known Italian and European companies and realized architectural project in Italy and abroad. His work has been exhibited in Europe, the United States and Japan. He was appointed Officer of the Italian Republic for services to design and architecture and has been nominated Professor at the Design Faculty of the Politecnico of Milan and Member of the Accademia Nazionale di San Luca in Rome. He has recently realized a number of proejcts for the city of Milan: the pavilions for Expo 2015 (Padiglione Zero, Expo Center, Intesa Sanpaolo), UniCredit Pavilion in piazza Gae Aulenti and the installation for the Pietà Rondanini at the Ospdale Spagnolo at the Castello Sforzesco. For the Salone del Mobile 2015 De Lucchi has created “La Passeggiata” for Workplace3.0, dedicated to his vision of workspace

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