About the DesignerLuigi Massoni
Italy (1930 - )
Luigi Massoni (Milan, 1930) designer and architect, was responsible for the A&D in Cermenate (Como). After a period of training at the Collettivo di Architettura in Milan and his first professional experiences between 1953 and 1955, he began his design career by making the cocktail shaker (1957, with Carlo Mazzeri) and the Serie 5 containers, which are still in production, for Alessi. Between 1957 and 1960, with C.De Carli he contributed to the professional and production renewal, participating in various events and in the foundation of the magazine "Il Mobile Italiano". In 1959, by taking into partnership a group of furniture manufacturers, he became the organizer of the foundation of Mobilia and that same year he also joined Boffi as a production coordinator and designer, creating some of the first ever modular systems for the home and kitchen. It was from this experience that, still in his capacity as designer and art director, he enhanced the image of Poltrona Frau(1968-1976); Fratelli Guzzini(1963-1976), he designed the set of bowls Bolo cubo (1962) and the dinner service Vanessa (1969);iGuzzini(1965-1976), this relationship was later revived in the early 1990s, when he also worked with Cedit, Gabbianelli, Sirrah and Venini.
One of the very first Alessi objects designed by external designers, the Luigi Massoni Cocktail Shaker is now on the counters of bars throughout the world. Leader in a collection of objects for cafés and wine serving, this cocktail shaker remains a best seller for Alessi.
- Cocktail shaker
- A beautifully finished Alessi cocktail shaker
- Nicely rounded shape with a soft brushed finish
- Capacity: 8.75 oz.
- Diameter: 6.6"
- Material: Stainless Steel
- Dishwasher safe
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