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Appearing as a line drawing of a fruit basket, then crude cells seen from above, this sketch by Kazuyo Sejima and Rue Nishizawa of SANAA depicts their Alessi tea and coffee service in the simplest terms. The actual set reads as silver bubbles or fruit, ea

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on May 13, 2010
Appearing as a line drawing of a fruit basket, then crude cells seen from above, this sketch by Kazuyo Sejima and Rue Nishizawa of SANAA depicts their Alessi tea and coffee service in the simplest terms. The actual set reads as silver bubbles or fruit, ea
Appearing as a line drawing of a fruit basket, then crude cells seen from above, this sketch by Kazuyo Sejima and Rue Nishizawa of SANAA depicts their Alessi tea and coffee service in the simplest terms. The actual set reads as silver bubbles or fruit, each lid topped by small “stems” of silver. Mendini calls it “an unlikely basket of high and subtle poetry.”

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