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Colander Dressed

Regular Price: $205.00

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Now only: $120.00

in stock Coming Soon

Colander Dressed

Regular Price: $205.00

(-41%)

Now only: $120.00

Details
  • Colander in 18/10 stainless steel mirror polished.

    Diameter (cm):  24.00
    Height (cm):  12.00
Design Marcel Wanders
  • Marcel Wanders

    Marcel Wanders grew up in Boxtel, the Netherlands, and graduated cum laude from the School of the Arts Arnhem in 1988. Marcel Wanders’ fame started with his iconic Knotted Chair, which he produced......

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    Marcel Wanders
Note The colander created by Marcel Wanders for the Dressed series is a unique and elegant item. The body
  • The colander created by Marcel Wanders for the Dressed series is a unique and elegant item. The body tunnel creates a sinuous design that is resumed on the wavy edge. The decorative handles and the three leg supports make the colander practical and safe to use. Suitable for draining pasta, rice, vegetables or fruit. Made of 18/10 stainless steel, it is durable and easy to clean, even in a dishwasher.
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    Returns

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Dressed
Dressed, designed for Alessi by Dutch designer Marcel Wanders, is a series of pots embellished with original decorative motifs. The classical rule requires that the decoration should be in the most important and most eye-catching parts, but Wanders applied it in mimetic spaces, somewhat hidden, sometimes unseen to a first glance. The same name of the series, Dressed, indicates a decoration conceived as a beautiful dress, which serves to highlight the contents without having the upper hand.