Alessi Collo Alto Fish Knive
Inga Sempé debuts the ‘collo-alto’ cutlery set for Alesi at Maison Object 2015, the utensils are defined by a thin elongated stem that extends into a narrow handle offering visually interesting proportions and for which the pieces take their name – meaning ‘high neck’ in italian. ‘
The cutlery set Collo-alto, designed by Inga Sempé, derives from the elegant spoon for serving risotto she designed. The project for the cutlery that makes up the service develops the basic features of that first spoon, distinctive for the contrast between curved and straight lines. The elongated and narrow shape of the segment that connects the handle with the active part of the cutlery gives the name Collo-alto (Italian for ‘long neck’) to this collection.
Polished stainless steel
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<br />Inga Semp? Born in Paris, France. Graduated of Les Ateliers-ENSCI in Paris, in 1993. Has started her own studio in 2000. She works with LucePlan, Ligne Roset, Cappellini, Edra, Moustache, Wäsrberg, Gärsnäs,... She lives and works in Paris assisted by two employees.