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Saucepan La Cintura di Orione

La Cintura di Orione PC-90105 T


Designer Richard Sapper
Advice Michel Troisgros, Pierre Troisgros
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La Cintura di Orione. The creative and intelligent passion for cooking

PC-90105 T

Saucepan in multiply (AISI 430, aluminium, 18/10 stainless steel).

Diameter (cm):  16.00
Width (cm):  16.00
Height (cm):  9.00
Content (cl/oz):  180.00
Length (cm):  34.00

The saucepan in multiply combines steel robustness and aluminum heat conduction capacity in a perfect tool to braise and stew. This long handle casserole is also suitable for preparing sauces and dressings that do not require to be mixed (tomato sauce, ragout...). It can be used on any source of heat, even induction.

La Cintura di Orione

La Cintura di Orione series, designed by Richard Sapper, is made for those in search of high-quality culinary performance, even while at home. The name of this exclusive collection, La Cintura di Orione, derives from the three stars found at the center of the Orion constellation. A formal symbol of gourmet excellence, the three stars point out also the high performance of the series developed by consulting starred chefs. The multiply version (exterior in steel AISI 430 magnetic + highly thick aluminum + interior in stainless steel 18/10) facilitates a versatile use thanks to the excellent heat conductivity.


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Richard Sapper

The Designer

Richard Sapper

Richard Sapper was born in 1932 in Munich, where he pursued courses in philosophy, anatomy and engineering. He began his design career in the styling department of Daimler Benz in Stuttgart, before transferring to Milan, where he worked first for the architect Gio Ponti, and then in the design division of “La Rinascente”. In the early 1960s, Sapper began to collaborate with the Italian architect Marco Zanuso together they acted as design consultants for Brionvega for which they developed a series of televisions and radios. During the 1970s, Sapper was engaged as a consultant on the development of experimental automobiles for FIAT and on pneumatic structures for Pirelli, producing concepts for cars and accessories. Since 1980, Sapper has acted as chief industrial design consultant for IBM and later for Lenovo. Sapper’s main interest in his design work has centered on technically complex problems. He has developed and designed a wide variety of products, ranging from ships and cars, to computers and electronics, and furniture and kitchen appliances. His clients include Alessi, Artemide, B&B Italia, Heuer, Kartell, Knoll, Lorenz Milano, Magis, Molteni many others. Throughout his career, Sapper has remained keenly involved in academia, teaching at Yale University, the Hochschule für Angewandte Kunst in Vienna, the Kunstakademie in Stuttgart, the Domus Academy in Milan, the Central Academy for Art and Design in Beijing, the University of Buenos Aires, and the Royal College of Art in London. Richard Sapper has received numerous awards for his products, and his designs are represented in the permanent collections of many museums internationally. He has been an Honorary Member of the Royal Society of Arts since 1988, and a Member of the Akademie der Künste in Berlin since 2001. The German Design Council awarded him a lifetime achievement in 2009, and in 2012, Sapper received the Merit Cross of the Order of Merit from the President of the Federal Republic of Germany. He died on 31 December 2015.