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Cutlery set 24 pieces Caccia

Caccia LCD01S24M

Dkr2,400.00

Designer Pier Giacomo Castiglioni, Livio Castiglioni, Luigi Caccia Dominioni

LCD01S24M

Cutlery set composed of six table spoons, six table forks, six table knives monobloc, six tea spoons in 18/10 stainless steel mirror polished.

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Pier Giacomo Castiglioni

The Designer

Pier Giacomo Castiglioni

Born in Milan in 1913. He graduated in architecture from the Polytechnic of Milan where he later would teach architectural composition. He started working with his brothers Achille and Livio immediately after the war focussing their attention mainly on city planning, architecture and particularly on design. Together with Achille, he received various acknowledgements such as the permanent exhibition of six of their works at the Museum of Modern Art of New York and won five editions of the Compasso d'Oro award.

Livio Castiglioni

The Designer

Livio Castiglioni

Born in Milan in 1911. He graduated in architecture from the Polytechnic of Milan in 1936. He started working with his brothers Achille and Pier Giacomo immediately after the war focussing their attention mainly on city planning, architecture and particularly on design. All the experiments and studies on design were possible thanks to the many exhibitions they designed and where Livio worked as light and sound technician.

Luigi Caccia Dominioni

The Designer

Luigi Caccia Dominioni

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.