Cocktail shaker

870

€87,00

Design: Luigi Massoni , Carlo Mazzeri

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The “870” shaker is one of the first Alessi projects assigned to outside designers, Carlo Mazzeri & Luigi Massoni...

The “870” shaker is one of the first Alessi projects assigned to outside designers, Carlo Mazzeri & Luigi Massoni. Today this object is found in almost every bar in the world. Over a million have been sold and it's one of the best selling pieces in the bar range.

Specifications


Cocktail shaker in 18/10 stainless steel.

  • Code: 870
  • Capacity (cl): 25.00 / 50.00
  • Height (cm): 16.50 / 20.00

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Luigi Massoni

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. In 1959, by taking into partnership a group of furniture manufacturers, he became the organiser 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.

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Carlo Mazzeri

Born in Oleggio (Novara) in 1927, Carlo Mazzeri graduated in architecture from the Istituto Universitario di Architettura in Venice in 1956. In 1957 he designed the cocktail shaker 870 with Luigi Massoni, 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 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). In 1973 he opened a studio of architecture in Novara, becoming involved in civil architecture, restoration and town planning.

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