The Plissé kettle by Alessi has drawn its inspiration from the worlds of fashion and architecture. Its three-dimensional surface resembles pleated fabric, and it has a dynamic, sculptural silhouette. Designed by Michele De Lucchi in 2018, Plissé is perfect for both boiling and serving hot water – thanks to the thermally insulated base, you can safely place the kettle on any tabletop. The kettle is equipped with an anti-limescale filter and a safety switch that automatically cuts off the power if there is not enough water inside. The heating element is hidden in the base for easier cleaning.
Plissé electric kettle 1,7 L, red
- Thermoplastic resin
- 21 cm
- 16 cm
- 29 cm
- 1.7 l
- 2,400 W
- 220–240 V
- EU plug
- Separate power supply base. European plug.
- Care instructions
- To clean the inside of the kettle, we recommend using water and vinegar. For the exterior and for the power supply, it is best to use a damp cloth and a mild detergent.
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.View all products
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