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Image 01: Bombé Tea and Coffee Service

Bombé Tea and Coffee Service (1945). Designed by Carlo Alessi. First produced in chrome‐plated and silver‐plated heavy brass, later in stainless steel, applewood.


Image 02: 9090 sketch

9090 sketch (1979), designed by Richard Sapper. Espresso coffee maker sketch. Philadelphia Museum of Art. Alessi archives.


Image 03: 9090

9090 (1979), designed by Richard Sapper. Espresso coffee maker. Philadelphia Museum of Art.


Image 04: Tea and Coffee Piazza

Tea and Coffee Piazza (1983), by Robert Venturi. Coffeepot, teapot, sugar bowl, creamer, tray. 16 3/4 x 14 x 9/16 inches.


Image 05: 9091 Kettle

9091 Kettle (1983), by Richard Sapper. Stainless steel, brass. 7 1/2 in, x 6 1/2 inches.


Image 06: 9093 sketch

9093 sketch by Michael Graves. Kettle with handle and small bird‐shaped whistle.


Image 07: 9093

9093 (1985), by Michael Graves. Kettle with handle and small bird‐shaped whistle. Philadelphia Museum of Art: Gift of the designer.


Image 08: Juicy Salif Citrus Squeezer

Juicy Salif Citrus Squeezer (1990), by Philippe Starck. Silver, black, gold (PSJS), 1990. Aluminum casting. 11 7/16 inches x 5 1/2 inches.


Image 09: Anna G Corkscrew

Anna G Corkscrew (1994), by Alessandro Mendini. Black and chrome-plated zamak.. 9 5/8 inches x 2 3/4 inches.


Image 10: Tea & Coffee Towers

Tea & Coffee Towers (2003), by Greg Lynn – FORM, 2003. Tea and coffee set composed of teapot, coffee pot, milk jug, sugar bowl with pourer, tray. Titanium. 17 1/2 x 17 5/16 x 3 3/8 inches.


Image 11: Tea & Coffee Towers

Tea & Coffee Towers (2003), by Future Systems: Jan Kaplicky and Amanda Levete. Press coffee maker or infuser, coffee cup, sugar bowl, milk jug, tray. heat‐resistant glass with lid in thermoplastic resin, anodized aluminum, handles and lids in thermoplastic resin..25 13/16 x 15 9/16 x 1 3/8 inches.


Image 12: Blow up Citrus Basket

Blow up Citrus Basket (2004), by Fernando and Umberto Campana. Stainless steel. 14 3/16 x 13 3/4 x 12 3/8 inches.


Image 13: Peneira Basket

Peneira Basket (2010), by Fernando and Umberto Campana. Stainless‐steel mesh and natural fiber. (large): 5 x 15 ¾ inches; (medium): 5 x 13 ¾ inches; (small): 3 ½ x 8 ¾ inches. Photo: Santi Caleca.


Image 14: Alberto Alessi

Alberto Alessi, president of Alessi.


Image 15: Ecosistema Alessi

Ecosistema Alessi (2010), by Alessandro Mendini.


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