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In the same way that pleated fabric lends volume to a garment, the surfaces of the Plissé collection are conceived and designed to become timeless sculptures. The design of the Plissé kettle inspired Michele De Lucchi to create this family of small electrical appliances, conceived just like finely tailored garments.

Electric Kettle

Objects with functional aspects which become fascinatingly shaped lines that reveal their creator’s architectural background.


Ideal for perfectly extracting the coffee aroma and brewing large batches of coffee, at work or at home, for enjoying a true moment of harmony.


An item that combines hi-tech performance and a timeless aesthetic, where every detail meets a specific functional requirement.


Easy to use and clean, its multifaceted lid makes it instantly ready for use, transforming it into a small piece of domestic architecture.

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"With its shape, defined by the folds of a technique that is quite old but stull very much in use today, Plissè is a pure example of an industrial culture that has evolved, encapsulating design method, technology, experimentation and poetry."

Alberto Alessi


Up to 6 levels of browning, for sweet and savoury dishes at the touch of a button.


Lightweight and easy to use, the Plissé insulating jug does not hide how practical it is, integrating this with an iconic and timeless shape.


Safe and practical, it captivates with its intriguing shape, a perfectly successful balance of geometric volumes, colours and transparencies.


Manageable and easy to use, ideal for speeding things up in the kitchen. An exclusive design with the beauty of haute couture fabric.


"The pleats derive from the fashion world of the fifties and sixties when skirts were pleated to create a beautiful effect of fluttering and airy fabric. Today it remains a very contemporary touch."

Michele De Lucchi

Michele De Lucchi

"Plissé was shaped starting from a folded sheet of paper, then developed and produced as if it were a beautiful sartorial object. The folds give form to the shape, they structure it, because a form without folds is only a volume without form. The folds transform simple two-dimensional sheets into three-dimensional objects."

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