Alessi’s Pulcina espresso maker combines Michele de Lucchi’s unique aesthetic style with high-quality Italian design. Launched in 2015, Pulcina has an eye-catching, flowing shape consisting of small layers and complemented with a bold, angular handle. The espresso maker’s innovative design stops the brewing exactly at the right time to prevent your coffee from getting a bitter aftertaste. Pulcina is Italian for chick, referring to the shape of the small, drip-free spout.

The Pulcina coffee maker in black is a special, limited edition.


Pulcina espresso coffee maker, 1 cup, black


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7.2 cm
12.5 cm
16.5 cm
7 cl
Not suitable for induction hobs.
Care instructions
Wash with hot running water and a non-abrasive cloth. Do not wash in the dishwasher.

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Michele De Lucchi

Michele De Lucchi was born in 1951 in Ferrara, Italy. He studied architecture in Florence. After his graduation De Lucchi was a part of anti-design movement called Radical. 

De Lucchi has designed lamps and furnishings for the most renewed Italian and European companies. He has received a Compasso D'oro design award together with Giancarlo Fassina for their well-known Tolomeo series of lamps.

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