The Blow Up range of containers by the Campana brothers is being launched as part of Alessi’s spring/summer range. Created ‘with the idea of assembling hypothetical offcuts of steel wire and welding them together’, the Blow Up family of products is part of the Brazilian-born duo’s attempt to ‘express the contradictions of urban chaos’ using ‘hybrid, primitive forms’. The citrus basket (pictured) is made of stainless steel tubes, moulded together and measures 35 x 35 cm. Other designers featured in the collection include Ron Arad, Alessandro Mendini, Stefano Giovannoni, Miriam Mirri, Marta Sansoni and Richard Sapper.
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