Alessi Food A Porter
  • Alessi Food A Porter
  • Alessi Food A Porter
  • Alessi Food A Porter
  • Alessi Food A Porter
  • Alessi Food A Porter
  • Alessi Food A Porter
  • Alessi Food A Porter

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“Travelling with a business bag gives you the freedom to carry food prepared at home, then eat it in the office, at the park or anywhere outside the home. “Food à Porter” is a lunch box that does not look like a lunch box.

It was designed for those who are busy but do not want to forego the pleasure of taking a break with their favourite foods. “Food à porter” has three compartments: two containers, separated and hermetically sealed by two lids and a third compartment that is created thanks to the rounded shape of the upper part, where snacks or packaged sweets can be stored. The lunch box can be used in a variety of ways, depending on the food to be transported.

Removing the top cover increases the capacity of the central container, which can then accommodate, for example, sandwiches, fruit or yoghurt. With “Food à porter” it’s possible to eat healthily wherever you are and whenever you want to take a break.”


Thermoplastic resin

Size Description

19,0 x 10,0cm
Height 13,5
Cl 125

  • Sakura Adachi

    Born in 1977, Aichi, Japan. In 2001, Sakura Adachi graduated from Musashino Art University in Industrial and Craft Design, specialising in woodwork. She then moved to London to complete her MA in Industrial Design at Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design graduating in 2004. During the course, she was awarded the second prize in CAIAZZA MEMORIAL CHALLENGE Promosedia International Competition in 2003. Since 2004, she has been living and working in Milan and has collaborated with some design studios in Milan such as Atelier Bellini and Studio & Partners. In 2005, she participated in Copenhagen International Furniture Fair, and exhibited her graduation work - the bookcase CAVE together with two chairs. The fair was a great success and HRH The Crown Prince of Denmark visited her stand, which resulted in a number of publications on her works including an interview on the New York Times in 2007.
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