Anna G.

COD: AAM01

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AAM01 AZ

£ 29.95

Anna G.
corkscrew in thermoplastic resin, light blue and chrome-plated zamak.

Item code: AAM01 AZ
Color: light blue
Diameter (cm): 7.00
Height (cm): 24.50

AAM01 B

£ 29.95

Anna G.
corkscrew in thermoplastic resin, black and chrome-plated zamak.

Item code: AAM01 B
Color: black
Diameter (cm): 7.00
Height (cm): 24.50

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In stock

AAM01 GR

£ 29.95

Anna G.
corkscrew in thermoplastic resin, green and chrome-plated zamak.

Item code: AAM01 GR
Color: green
Diameter (cm): 7.00
Height (cm): 24.50

AAM01 R

£ 29.95

Anna G.
corkscrew in thermoplastic resin, dark red and chrome-plated zamak.

Item code: AAM01 R
Color: dark red
Diameter (cm): 7.00
Height (cm): 24.50

Quantity
In stock
  • DESCRIPTION

    A best seller since it was first produced in 1994, the Anna G. corkscrew is a tongue-in-cheek homage to a real woman. Her smiling face has become something of a cult figure over the years, giving birth (so to speak) to a rich family of objects for the table and kitchen in a wide range of materials.

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Alessandro Mendini

Alessandro was born in Milan in 1931 and graduated in 1959. He is an architect, artist, designer and design manager, theorist and journalist and began his profession at the Nizzoli studio. In 1970 he gave up planning to concentrate on journalism relating to architecture and design: He has edited Casabella, Modo and Domus through which he has transmitted his ideas of renewing the world of design. Along with Branzi and Sottsass and with his presence in Global Tools and Radical design, he was the main force behind the renovation of Italian design in the 80’s. In the late 70’s he went back to designing and various projects and in 1979 joined the Alchimia Studio. This group of radical designers in the 80’s in Memphis had upset functionalist designers by designing objects for sheer artistic pleasure and by referring to popular culture and kitsch. This was well outside the norms of industrial production and practicality. With Alchima he created objects, furniture, environments, paintings, installations and architectural works. Among his most significant works during this period were the Groningen Museum and the reinvention of the Alessi image for whom he is meta-projectual consultant. In 1989 he opened the Atelier Mendini in Milan with his brother Francesco and continued his career as a sophisticated, pop designer. The key element is always a clever hybrid between art and design resulting in popular objects that achieve great commercial success.

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