Aldo Rossi is considered by many to be the greatest Italian architect of the second half of the 20th century. His life as an architect started with Gardella and Zanuso. An author of abstraction, reduction and brevitas, his severe language of primary shapes, geometrical patterns and silent evocation created some of the most intensely poetic works of architecture and design in his age. These exact characteristics exude from his products as well, utilizing geometrical shapes to make profound design statements. Rossi died in 1997. Continuing this legacy in the design and creation of the Il Conico water kettle, the piece itself is composed of a simple geometric shape, the cone with other small understated embellishments, such as the spherical knob on top. Although these are primary shapes, the piece is extremely distinguished and elegant. It is made from 18/10 mirror-polished stainless steel with a magnetic heat diffusing bottom for induction cooking.
|Base Material: Magnetic steel||Handle Material: Stainless Steel|
|Material: Stainless steel||Stovetop Kettle: Yes|
|Country of Manufacture: Italy|
Alessi Il Conico Water Kettle by Aldo Rossi
Teresa from North Mankato, MN– Verified Buyer
I love my new tea kettle! It is a great conversation piece and adds charm to my kitchen. The lid fit is good as it is tight enough that it won't fall off.
form AND function
ScientificArt from Concord, MA
Highly efficient heating. (Wide base, narrow top) High quality stainless steel. (Easy maintenance)
This teapot is just beautiful.
wildwoman from virginia
I have had this pot for about a year and a half and am about to order the sugar and creamer to match. I love this pot. I have boiled it dry a few times and it has held up to all the abuse. The pot is a piece of sculpture. Every day I enjoy it's artistic statement. I have bought 3 of the Michael Graves' pots for daughters and one of my daughters had my husband buy this one for me. I prefer this to the Graves' pot.
Bold and Efficient Design
EADGBE from St. Petersburg, FL– Verified Buyer
This teapot has a bold and striking design which is very complementary to a modern kitchen, since its normal resting place is on the stove. It's pointed shape places the spout well inside the diameter of the pot which makes it easy to insert a chef's thermometer for precise heating of water used for green tea. Its wide base catches all of the heat source for quick and efficient heating. It is expensive, but you get what you pay for. The only downside is a metal handle, but at least it is obvious that you need a potholder to use it.
Great design, modern classic!
Modern style hostess from Saint Petersburg, FL– Verified Buyer
This classic can be used every day, or just displayed. It evokes many coments and questions about where you got it.
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