Giulio Iacchetti has been working in the field of industrial design since 1992. He combines this work with lecturing and teaching duties in a number of universities and design schools. He has received many awards amongst which (with Matteo Ragni) the "Compasso dÆOro" (Golden Compass) in 2001 for the "Moscardino" multipurpose biodegradable fork, which today is part of the permanent exhibition of design at the MoMA in New York. In 2009 he received the "Premio dei Premi" (Prize of Prizes) from the President of the Italian Republic for the innovative "Design alla Coop" project, which sought to apply design related themes to large chain stores. In May 2009 he opened the series of exhibitions dedicated to young designers at the Triennale design museum in Milan, with a personal display titled "Giulio Iacchetti. Oggetti disobbedienti".Ape: the aperitif ritual at the bar or at home "Ape" is a small range of objects for the aperitif ritual, designed by Giulio Iacchetti with his usual clear-cut, discrete style and conceived for both public and private use. The set is perfect for home use, or on the table of a bar, and reveals the designer's renewed interest in serving methods.
|Ape Aperitif Platter||8.07" H x 9.25" W x 5.91" D||2.68 lbs|
|Product Category:||Serving Dishes & Platters|
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Alessi Ape Aperitif Platter