Launched in 1982, 9091 was Alessi’s first kettle and has since found its way into design museums around the world. A distinct feature is the unique dual brass whistle that plays a pleasant melody when the water has boiled.
It all started with the pedal bin for Danish stalwart Vipp. With six different sizes to choose from, the powder-coated steel body is available in black or white and conceals the removable steel inner bin.
The oval shape of the Sarpaneva Cast Iron Pot is influenced by ancient Finnish folklore, reminiscent of open fire cooking. The heavy iron ensures slow, even cooking and the enamel non-stick surface guarantees easy cleaning.
Milled from solid oak, the Chop Paddle Board designed by Tom Dixon is an essential from the designer’s coveted kitchen collection.