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Plissé Toaster - Alessi

Color: Black

The Plissé toasters elegant design together with its pleated surface exhorts you to display it on the kitchen counter. The numerous functions the toaster is equipped with make it easy and safe to use and its six browning levels suit every taste.

The simplest way to a more refined home is well-thought-out décor and, when it comes to the kitchen, Alessi Plisse has brought its expertise to provide the perfect solution. The Plissé collection, designed by celebrated architect Michele De Lucchi, features an iconic pleated texture, mimicking fabric and bringing strong sculptural lines to your countertop.

PRODUCT INFORMATION

Designer - Michele De Lucchi
Dimensions -  25cm x 34cm x 18.5cm (HxWxD)
Material - Thermoplastic Resin
Weight: 2.25kg
6-level toasting dial
Defrost Function
Extra Lift Function
Pleated Design

ABOUT THE DESIGNER

Designed by Architect Michele De Lucchi. He has been a protagonist of avant-garde architecture and design since the 1970s. He has designed furniture for the most known Italian and European companies. He realized architectural projects in Italy and abroad, spanning from industrial to cultural landmarks. He is founder and member of AMDL CIRCLE, a multidisciplinary group of thinkers and innovators. Since 2018, AMDL CIRCLE focuses on Earth Stations, future sharing architectures that combine technological development with humanist principles.

ABOUT ALESSI

For over a century, Alessi has been creating extraordinary objects that make people dream, feel, think and experience poetry in their daily lives. By collaborating with the best creative minds from around the world, Alessi brings the most unexpected and contemporary expressions of design culture into people’s homes.

The Italian company was founded in 1921 by Giovanni Alessi and initially concentrated on metal kitchenware. His products and designs of coffee pots became so popular, that by 1924 the brand name ‘Alessi’ was well established.

By the 1950s the company broadened its approach, deciding to collaborate with well-known designers. The aim was to break away from modernism and even traditional designs and to try more unconventional design ideas, including those from groups such as Studio Alchima (Alessandro Mendini) and Memphis (Ettore Sottsass). Other designers associated with Alessi include Aldo Rossi, Philippe Starck and Michael Graves. The collaborative and creative approach they use has become the hallmark of the Alessi brand.

Alessi is now a B Corp, a company which strives to maximise the positive impact they have on their employees, the communities in which they operate and the environment, by using the business as a force for regeneration and sustainability.

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