Friday, November 23, 2012

Juicy Salif

Juicy Salif, a lemon squeezer designed by Philippe StarckJuicy Salif”, the legendary lemon squeezer designed by Philippe Starck in 1990, which ended up on display at Museum of Modern Art of New York.La conica, an espresso coffee maker designed by Aldo Rossi“La conica” an espresso coffee maker designed in the early 1980s by the Italian architect Aldo Rossi. Both objects are made by Alessi and I caught them in a shop window in “Via Marradi”.

External links: Juicy Salif - Philippe Starck - Museum of Modern Art - Aldo Rossi - Alessi (Wikipedia) - Juicy Salif - La conica (Alessi)

9 comments:

Randy said...

I love the design of the juicer.

cieldequimper said...

I love Alessi. Is that a three legged spider though?

Gunn said...

We have a few items by Alessi.
I love the Italian style/design.

Dina said...

A little originality goes a long way.
Even the reflection is artistic.

Halcyon said...

I have never seen the Stark juicer, but now I am thinking I need one!

PS: I am looking forward to seeing the results of your Pisan expedition. Just be careful and try to blend in with the locals. ;)

Arianna said...

Lo spremiagrumi non mi pare tanto funzionale...ma sarebbe un bel pezzo d'arredamento! Ciao, Arianna

Madge Bloom said...

The espresso maker reminds me of a rocket.. love it!

Stefan Jansson said...

My orange squeezer is made from plastic. But it still works after a couple of eons.

JM said...

Starck's lemmon squeezer surely deserves its place at the MoMA.