Born in Oleggio (Novara) in 1927, Carlo Mazzeri graduated in architecture from the Istituto Universitario di Architettura in Venice in 1956 and, after an early collaboration with Carlo Scarpa in Venice, with the architect Mario Righini's studio he took part in the competition for the Colonia Olivetti in Brusson and the Carrara Chamber of Commerce, and took one of the top places. In 1957 he designed the cocktail shaker "870" with Luigi Massoni, which was one of the first Alessi objects designed by external collaborators and which is still in production and can be found in bars worldwide. In the '60s and '70s with Anselmo Vitale he designed a complete collection of objects for Alessi which were primarily for use in the hotel industry. He was involved in civil and industrial construction, responsible among other things for the Alessi plant in Omegna (1960-1971), the Girmi electrical household appliances factory (1962) and the Lagostina offices (1964), which were also in Omegna, the renovation of the driers and the new warehouse for 3M Italia in Ferrania (1970) and the Salumificio Romano Mainelli in Oleggio (1972). In the field of industrial design he has also collaborated with Girmi, Lagostina, Bialetti, Indesit, Fonderie Filiberti and Triplex. In 1973 he opened a studio of architecture in Novara, becoming involved in civil architecture, restoration and town planning.
|Product Type: Salad bowl||Color: Silver|
|Material: Stainless steel||Number of Items Included: 1|
|Shape: Round||Pattern: Solid Color|
|Microwave Safe: No||Dishwasher Safe: No|
|Country of Manufacture: Italy||Capacity (8.27" Diameter Size): 77.77 Ounces|
|Capacity (9.84" Diameter Size): 135.26 Ounces||Capacity (11.42" Diameter Size): 202.88 Ounces|
Questions & Answers
Alessi Carlo Mazzeri Salad Bowl
Carlo Mazzeri Salad Serving Bowl
Gary from Ann Arbor, MI– Verified Buyer
We received this same bowl as a wedding present in 1976. We still use it every week and it looks brand new. We love the timeless style and it is the perfect size for us. Our niece was the first in her generation to get married, we purchased this bowl for her and told her about our receiving it as a wedding present 38 years ago.
It's a sald bowl
B from Washington DC– Verified Buyer
I like the bowl, but it's just a bowl. No hidden skills. You use it for salad or whatever you want, and it looks cool.