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Design: CSA , Susan Cohn


An object that straddles the line between art and design created by Susan Coh...

An object that straddles the line between art and design created by Susan Cohn: this apparently simple and minimal centrepiece conceals an extremely sophisticated design. The designer was inspired by the screened furniture in which food used to be stored, and developed an intelligent design process with a refined moiré effect created by the passage of light between two superimposed nets.


Open-work centrepiece in steel coloured with epoxy resin.

  • Code: SC01
  • Diameter (cm): 33.00 / 49.00
  • Height (cm): 5.00 / 6.50

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A collection of unpublished objects to celebrate 100 years of research in the field of applied arts and the beginning of a new century of experimentation.


The Alessi Research Centre (CSA) was set up in 1990 for two purposes: to draw up theoretical papers on topics associated with objects (to be published as books), and to coordinate work with young designers. Up until that time Alessi had only worked with “major designers”, and I felt a...

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Susan Cohn

Influential Australian silversmith, designer of small objects and jewels she directly produces in her small and yet efficient laboratory in Melbourne in small series, Susan Cohn (Sydney, 1952) is also an active lecturer in international design schools.

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