Alessi Noè Champagne Bottle Opener
Designer: Giulio Iacchetti
Availability if not in stock approximate 2 weeks
Alessi Noè Champagne Bottle Opener by Giulio Iacchetti.
- Store, open, pour, preserve: Noè. Giulio Iacchetti offers a collection of wine accessories consisting of a Champagne bottle opener, a Drop ring, a Wine and champagne bottle stopper with expanding seal and a Modular bottle-holder.
- The name chosen for this series of items is an amusing reference to Noah (Noè in Italian), the first man to plant grapevines and make wine.
- The Champagne bottle opener is produced in AISI 630 steel cast in a shell with the lost-wax process and then polished.
- The upper part of the tool features cutters for cutting the metal cage that surrounds the champagne bottle.
- The inner part, used for extracting the cork, is slightly ridged to make the operation easy and effective.
- This indispensable tool for champagne lovers features a simple yet sophisticated language, thanks to the material used to make it and the stylized bottle shape.
- The Champagne bottle opener is sold in the same packaging as Alessi “Objets-Bijoux” series.
18/10 stainless steel.
- Size Description
Length 18 cm (7.1″)
Width 5 cm (2")
Height 1 cm (0.4")
- Color Description
Giulio Iacchetti, industrial designer since 1992, designs for many brands including Abet Laminati, Alessi, Danese, Elica, Foscarini, Globo Ceramiche, Jannelli&Volpi, Hastens, Magis, Meritalia, Moleskine, Pandora design. The distinctive characteristics of his work is the research and definition of new object typologies, like the Moscardino, the biodegradable spoon/fork designed with Matteo Ragni and for which, in 2001, he has been awarded with Compasso d’Oro. In 2009 he was awarded the prize for innovation – Premio dei Premi – by the President of the Italian Republic for the Coop Eureka project, which brought the design in the large-scale retail trade. In May 2009 the Triennale di Milano held a solo exhibition entitled “Giulio Iacchetti. Disobedient objects “. In November 2012 he launches Internoitaliano, the “factory network” made up of many craftsmen labs with whom he signs and produces furniture and accessories inspired by the italian way of living. He had also pursued his personal research project into new design topics such as the symbol of cross from which came the exhibition titled Cruciale held by the Diocesan Museum, Basilica di Santo Stefano Rotondo in Rome and by Castello di Lombardia in Enna, Sicily. In 2014, he won his second Compasso d’Oro for the design of the manhole covers Sfera, designed with Matteo Ragni for Montini.