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Salt, pepper and spice grinder Grind

Grind PC-WAL03

$125.00

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Designer William Alsop, Federico Grazzini
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The elegance of a gesture

PC-WAL03

Salt, pepper and spice grinder in aluminium casting, black.

Diameter (cm):  7.50
Height (cm):  14.20

An expressive design for everyday use, transformed into an elegant, indispensable complement to be placed on the table. The original Grind salt, pepper and spices grinder is ideal for those who like to cook their own dishes, appreciating the fragrance of a freshly ground spice.

A celebration of the table and the tools that enhance the pleasure of enjoying good food, this is how William Alsop and Federico Grazzini conceived Grind salt, pepper and spices grinder. The authors introduced a small but ingenious variation, drawing an "upside-down" object. The grind is placed at the top of the grinder so as to avoid dirting the surface on which the object is to be used after use. This way the grinder remains visible and elegantly framed by the particular design of Grind's body. Practical and easy to use, the grinder allows you to obtain different levels of crushing according to personal taste or type of spice to be crushed. Grind is made of die-cast aluminum with ceramic grinder, ideal for grinding any kind of spice.

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William Alsop

The Designer

William Alsop

Will Alsop, English architect and artist, was born at Northampton (1947), studied at the Architectural Association in London, worked with Cedric Price, Roderick Ham and Jan Störmer until early 2001, when he founded Alsop Architects, with branches in London, Rotterdam and Moscow. His most significant projects completed in these years were the Passenger & Ferry Terminal in Hamburg; Barrage & Visitor Centre in Cardiff; Le Grand Bleu Government Headquarters in Marseilles; the Tottenham Hale and North Greenwich Jubilee Line Underground Stations in London, the Reuters headquarters in Moscow; the State Archives in Hamburg. Alsop’s work and projects have received wide recognition and awards. His professional work has always been integrated with teaching.

Federico Grazzini

The Designer

Federico Grazzini