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Paper knife Bis

Bis GIA09

€23.00

Designer Giulio Iacchetti

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An animal figurine-cum-handy little desk accessory

GIA09

Paper knife in 18/10 stainless steel mirror polished.

Length (cm):  23.00

The Bis paper knife designed by Giulio Iacchetti joins the knives for the office designed by the same artist. After the thematic elaboration of Air and Water, Iacchetti draws inspiration from Earth and its animals. Bis means grass snake in Lombard dialect and the knife has the shape of a snake that sinuously slithers over the ground. The handle, which is the snake’s flat, triangular head, makes it easier to grip the paper knife and the sharp, pointed tail can be used as an envelope opener. The thickness and undulated shape of the paper knife make this a lovely item to touch.

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Giulio Iacchetti

The Designer

Giulio Iacchetti

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. www.giulioiacchetti.com