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Designer Riccardo Dalisi, born in Potenza in 1931, anthropomorphized samples of his Neapolitan coffee maker, finished in 1987 after nine years (and 200 prototypes) in the making. The concept for his “Ricerca Napoletana” (“return to Neapolitan”) is said to

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on May 13, 2010
Designer Riccardo Dalisi, born in Potenza in 1931, anthropomorphized samples of his Neapolitan coffee maker, finished in 1987 after nine years (and 200 prototypes) in the making. The concept for his “Ricerca Napoletana” (“return to Neapolitan”) is said to
Designer Riccardo Dalisi, born in Potenza in 1931, anthropomorphized samples of his Neapolitan coffee maker, finished in 1987 after nine years (and 200 prototypes) in the making. The concept for his “Ricerca Napoletana” (“return to Neapolitan”) is said to draw on historical, anthropological and poetic sources, and evokes the classic, pre-1950s stovetop drip-brew coffee maker.

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