Gio Ponti designed the basic pieces of this range way back in 1938, and presented them at the Milan Triennale Exhibition in 1940.
- In its day, the set was a masterly example of how craftsmanship was stretching out a hand to the industrial future of housewares.
- As such, the Alessi Caccia Cutlery model can be seen as a milestone in the history of cutlery design.
- Its shapes are soft and rounded, yet elegant and slender, a wonderful play on the thickness of the pieces.
- Alessi began making this cutlery in 1990 in co-operation with Luigi Caccia Dominioni - fifty years after the original basic pieces had appeared, he designed the missing items to create a complete set.
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Polished stainless steel
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Caccia was born in Milan in 1913, he graduated in architecture from the Polytechnic of Milan in 1936 and in the same year he started his activity in Venice together with Livio and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni, winning the competition held at the Vimercate School. In the field of Industrial design he was considered a "pioneer" when he presented at the VII Triennial in Milan a series of radios designed together with the Castiglioni brothers. In the '50s he set up, together with Gardella and Corradi, Azucena which is a collection of the furniture and objects he designed. The "Caccia" cutlery he designed are shown at the Museum of Modern Art of New York.
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