Alessi Cha Sugar Bowl With Lid
The refined design of the “Cha” Kettle/teapot inspired the project for a Sugar bowl and Creamer to go with it, complementary accessories for the tea serving ritual. Produced from stainless steel with mirrored finish, both the “Cha” Creamer and Sugar bowl have refined and linear shapes, typical of the designer’s expressive approach.
Apparently simple forms that conceal a painstaking eye for every single detail.
The Creamer is designed to be practical and easy to handle thanks to the flared shapes that make it easier to hold.
The barely accentuated spout guarantees the clean flow of the liquid without altering the overall design of the Creamer.
The same flared form is also seen in the Sugar bowl, which allows it to perfectly accommodate the round lid.
The half moon designed along the perimeter of the latter can be used to accommodate a teaspoon.
The lid is completed with a black thermoplastic resin ball grip to facilitate the opening and closing of the Sugar bowl. The “Cha”Creamer and Sugar bowl are sold separately.
- Size Description
Height 7 cm
Naoto Fukasawa was born in Yamanashi prefecture, Japan, in 1956. He graduated from Tama Art University's product design department in art and 3D design in 1980. Until 1988, Fukasawa worked as a designer at Seiko-Epson corp. In 1989, he left Japan for the United States. In San Francisco he joined a small office - ?ID two’, the predecessor to ‘IDEO’ and after eight years Fukasawa returned home. In 1996, he helped set up ‘IDEO’ in Japan - a team of eight designers working mainly for the Japanese market. He stayed with it until december 2002. Naoto Fukasawa he went independent and in January 2003 he established ‘Naoto Fukasawa design in Tokyo. Fukasawa joined the advisory board of the Japanese company ‘MUJI’. In December 2003 he set up a new product brand ’±0’. ‘plusminuszero’ designs and produces domestic objects, from umbrellas to electronics. Naoto Fukasawa is a lecturer in the product design department Musashino art university and Tama art university in Tokyo. Naoto Fukasawa's designs have won more than 50 design awards in Europe and America. Other than japanese projects, there is a range of projects with Italian, German and other European companies.