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Pasta-set Pasta Set

£345.00

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Pasta-set Pasta Set

£345.00

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  • Pasta-set in 18/10 stainless steel. Magnetic steel bottom suitable for induction cooking.

    Diameter (cm):  23.00
    Height (cm):  30.00
    Length (cm):  33.00
    Width (cm):  23.00
    Content (cl/oz):  500.00
Design Massimo Morozzi
  • Massimo Morozzi

    Born in Florence in 1941, architect and designer. He lives and works in Milan. He is a member of the Archizoom group, co-ordinator of the Montefibre Design Centre, partner in the CDM Group......

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    Massimo Morozzi
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Pasta Set
The Pasta-set is one of those rare cases where we have made a genuine innovation in the ancient field of cooking instruments: the pasta strainer is inside the pot. The shape of this object was fascinating and mysterious, so much so in fact that we carried out a survey: around half of those interviewed didn't think it was a cooking pot, and offered wildly differing interpretations of its use. But we went ahead with it anyway, and it was a good thing we did: the Pasta-set became so popular that it had a deep influence on the market and won the Gold Medal at Bio 11 in Ljubljana in 1986, and unleashed a flood of imitations worldwide (there are at least a hundred).