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

Alessi Food A Porter Thermo

€29.75
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Double wall thermo bottle in coloured 19/10 stainless steel and thermoplastic resin.

Infuser and strainer in 18/10 stsinless steel

Food à porter is a collection of food and beverage containers that allows you to carry your lunch with you to eat it wherever you want. Designed by Japanese designer Sakura Adachi just like fashion accessories, Food à porter containers have a refined design, characterised by meticulously defined colours, details and finishes.

The name expresses precisely this dual nature, the functional aspect and the strong aesthetic value envisioned by the designer for the objects in this original collection.
The collection includes a Lunch box, designed in 2018, to which a Lunch pot, a thermal bottle and a set of cutlery with case are being added in 2020

Specifications

Thermoplastic resin, 18/10 stainless steel

Size Description

Height  23cm
Diameter 7.5cm
Cl 50

  • 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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