Mu 75 Piece Cutlery Set
Sometimes, apparently unexpected details are the ones that allow them to understand some things. Cutlery set in 18/10 stainless steel mirror polished. Sharp, yet with a touch of sensitivity and elegance. Linear, yet with an organic quality of plants. They intend to shift familiar sensations with chopsticks onto cutlery. (Toyo Ito)
- Set includes 12 table spoons, 12 table forks, 12 table knives, 12 dessert forks, 12 dessert knives, 12 coffee spoons, ladle, serving spoon and serving fork
- Designed by Toyo Ito
- Mu collection
Alessi Mu 75 Piece Cutlery Set
Weights & Dimensions
- 13.65" H x 15.99" W x 4.68" D, 15.33 lbs
- Overall Product Weight: 15.33lbs
|Handle Finish: Silver||Material: Stainless steel|
|Handle Material: Stainless steel||Number of Items Included: 75|
|Pieces Per Place Setting: 6||Number of People Served: 12|
|Style: Casual||Handle Pattern: Solid|
|Country of Manufacture: Italy|| |
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About the Designer
Toyo Ito Japan (1941 - )
Toyo Ito was born in 1941. He graduated in architecture from Tokyo University in 1965. In 1965-69 he worked for the firm run by Kiyonori Kikutake, a member of the Metabolism group. In 1971 he opened his own practice in Tokyo, called, until 1979, Urban Robot (urbot) and subsequently Toyo Ito and Associates, Architects. An Honorary Professor of the University of North London, he has taught at Columbia University in New York (1991-92 and 1994-95), at the Berlage Institute in Amsterdam (1992) and at Harvard University (1994-95 and 1995-96). His work has been shown at numerous personal and collective exhibitions and he has participated in various major international competitions, including those for the Maison de la Culture du Japon in Paris (1990), for the Library of the University of Paris (1992), the extension to the Museum of Modern Art in New York (1997) and the Centro per le Arti Contemporanee in Rome (1999). Awards won include: the prize of the Institute of Japanese Architecture for the Silver Hut (1986); the City of Kumamoto Award for the Yatsushiro Museum (1991) and the Yatsushiro Fire Station (1996); the Interarch Award (1997) and the Gold Medal of the Union of Architects of Bulgaria (1997); the Arnold W. Brunner Award presented by the American Academy of Fine Arts (2000); the World Architecture Award East Asia for the Sendai MediathΦque (2002). Major recent works include: the Health Future installation at the Expo 2000 in Hanover; the Sendai MediathΦque (1997-2001); an aluminium pavilion in Bruges, Belgium (2000-02). Projects now under way include: the Cognacq-Jay Hospital in Paris; the M-Hall at Matsumoto, Nagano; the Mahler 4 office tower in Amsterdam.
About the Manufacturer
Alessi's intention, from the beginning, was to be highly innovative and ready to experiment with cookware. With this in mind, the Alessi family venture explored new materials and novel design in becoming one of the finest and most well-known contemporary cookware brands. Alessi prides itself on its unique collaboration with designers and architects to produce beautiful, quality cookware. Among some of the best known of the Alessi's products are Richard Sapper's kettle with a two-tone whistle, Michael Graves' kettle with bird shaped whistle, and Philippe Starck's Juicy Salif citrus squeezer.