Alessi Tonale Vase in Ceramic Pale Green
A seemingly random collection of objects, the table service comprises a number of items including a tray, a board, a carafe, plates, bowls, beakers, and cups.
The project, designed by david Chipperfield, was inspired by vernacular ceramics from Korea, Japan, and China, and conceived as an exercise in refining functional household objects.
The name ""Tonale"" refers to Giorgio Morandi's use of colour tonality imbuing his daily objects with a sense of individuality.
The objects are produced in a variety of materials including enamelled steel, glass, earthenware, and wood.
While striving for expressive purity, the range honours today's requirements for durability and versatility
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David Chipperfield received his Diploma from the Architectural Association in London and from 1978 - 84 worked at the practices of Douglas Stephen, Richard Rogers and Norman Foster. He established his own architectural practice in London in 1984 and in 1987 the office in Berlin was established. The practice currently has 130 staff and has won over 20 national and international competitions as well as many international awards and citations for design excellence, including RIBA, RFAC & AIA.