Alessi’s La Cubica cocotte is an unconventional design by Italian architect Aldo Rossi. Creating an intriguing contrast with traditional, rounded shapes of pots and pans, the cubic cocotte is a stunning addition to any kitchen. Perfect for all kinds of cooking, La Cubica can be used both in the oven and on the stove.
La Cubica cocotte
- Aluminium, steel
- 21.5 cm
- 17 cm
- 19.5 cm
- 2.4 l
- Casting with non-stick interior. Magnetic steel bottom suitable for induction cooking.
- Care instructions
- We recommend hand wash.
Aldo Rossi (1931–1997) is one of the most acclaimed Italian architects of the second half of the 20th century. One of his best-known works is the cemetery in Modena, Italy, which Rossi designed in 1971. The cemetery's buildings – like many of Rossi’s other works – exhibit the strong colours, clear geometry, and ironical historical references typical of postmodernism, but Rossi himself claimed he was not part of the movement. “I cannot be postmodern, as I have never been modern,” he is said to have said.
Born in Milan, Rossi graduated as an architect from the Politecnico di Milano in 1959. During his long career he became known not only as an architect, but also as an artist and theorist who toured the world teaching in Milan, Venice, and many U.S. top universities. Rossi was also the first Italian architect to be awarded the prestigious Pritzker Prize.View all products
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