Alessi Kettle 9093, 2 L, white
Alessi Kettle 9093, 2 L, white

Kettle 9093, 2 L, white

Alessi

$141.30 $157.00

Alessi
Kettle 9093
$141.30 $157.00



Description

Alessi's kettle 9093 was designed by the American architect and designer Michael Graves back in 1985. Today, the kettle is a design icon and one of Alessi’s most sought-after products.

Influenced by art deco, pop art as well as cartoons, the 9093 kettle was designed to bring its users both functionality and joy: the spout features a small bird that whistles when the water has reached boiling point. The steel kettle may also be used on induction hobs, and its wide base makes the water heat up faster. Alessi’s classic is an excellent choice for cheering up the morning routine.

Material
Polished stainless steel, PA
Colour
Steel, white
Height
8.86 in (22.5 cm)
Diameter
8.66 in (22 cm)
Capacity
2.11 qt (2 l)
Notes
Magnetic steel bottom suitable for induction cooking.
Care instructions
Wash with hot running water and a non-abrasive cloth. Do not wash in the dishwasher.

Michael Graves

Michael Graves (1934-2015) was an American architect and designer whose playful and jovial postmodernist style will not be forgotten. Graves designed over 350 buildings across the world but he might still be best known for his clever everyday designs, such as the whistling tea kettle he created for Alessi.

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    Auckland, New Zealand

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    I’m sure I will love my kettle it landed in NZ today. It’s been fun watching its journey around the world.

    172 days ago

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