Alessi Fiamma Cookbook Stand

Alessi Fiamma Cookbook Stand
Alessi Fiamma. Recipe Book Stand. Do you find that when your cooking from one of your recipe books that as your reading your neck begins to ache and...more
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Alessi Fiamma. Recipe Book Stand. Do you find that when your cooking from one of your recipe books that as your reading your neck begins to ache and often hurts for a length of time even after you have finished reading?? This is because if you place a book on a flat surface to read or you hold the book in your hands and look down at the book you have to hold your head in a very unnatural position causing the muscles on your neck to stretch. Placing a book at the right height, higher than the table top and at the right angle means you can hold your head in a natural position and read without tiring your neck by bending downwards unnaturally.

  • Designed by Donato D'Urbino and Paolo Lomazzi the book stand appears to have flames of steel darting all around from the book support: the perfect atmosphere for cooking while consulting a recipe book.
  • The book stand closes with a lovely pantograph movement, allowing it to be stored in a limited space beside your cook books or on a shelf.
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Size Description

Width 40 cm (15.7″)
Height 24 cm (9.4″)


Stainless steel and plastic.


P. Lomazzi

P. Lomazzi
Donato D'Urbino and Paolo Lomazzi, born in the years 1935 and 1936 in Milan, have been collaborating since 1966 on projects of architecture, town-planning, furniture and objects. In the Sixties they developed a particular interest in the creation of furniture and temporary architecture. Their work was notable for the introduction of advanced signs, materials and industrial technologies. Their work has been recognized with internationally respected awards. Some of their works are present in the collections: the Museum of Modern Art and the Brooklyn Museum in New York, The Denver Museum in Colorado, Victoria and Albert Museum in London, the Centre Pompidou of Paris, the Museum of Jerusalem, Staatliches Museum fuer angewandte Kunst of Munich and Kunstgewerbemuseum of Berlin and Zurich.
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Donato D' Urbino

Donato D' Urbino
The designers DE PAS, D'URBINO, LOMAZZI Jonathan De Pas, Donato D'Urbino and Paolo Lomazzi, were born in Milan in the Thirties (Jonathan De Pas died in 1991). They work in the fields of architecture, industrial design and urban planning. They developed a series of pneumatic structures for the Italian stand at the Osaka Expo and for the XIV Triennale of Milan. In 1967 they designed "Blow", an inflatable easy chair, in 1970 the armchair Joe which has the shape of a great baseball glove, in 1973 the coat-rack Shanghai, all of them, objects which have remained in the history of design. They have received numerous prizes and awards, among which are the Compasso d'Oro and the BIO in Lubljiana. Their works are present in the design collections of the New York Museum of Modern Art (MOMA), the Denver Art Museum in Colorado, the London Victoria and Albert Museum, the Pompidou Centre in Paris, the Jerusalem Museum in Israel, the Kunstgewerbe Museum in Berlin, the Staatliches Museum für angewandte Kunst in Munich and many others. They add theory to their work as designers, through teaching and through their partecipation to the Association of Industrial Design and by being members of numerous juries in design competitions. They are collaborating with Quattrocchio since 1980.
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