Kettle Designed In The 80s Hits Market
Technology had to wait to catch up with Ettore Sottsass' inspiration before Bodum could release it.
Bodum are to release a kettle that Ettore Sottsass designed when he formed the Memphis group in the 1980s. The ‘rule-breaking’ Memphis was launched with a collection of furniture, ceramics, lighting, glass and textiles which featured fluorescent colors, intentionally lop-sided shapes and squiggly laminate patterns. Due to technological improvements, it is only now that one of the pieces designed then can be created.
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