Enzo Mari: Kurili Salad Servers
Kurili Salad Servers, Originally produced in 1973 and re-editioned in 2019.
A salad spoon and fork made of polished stainless steel. They feature the same pure geometry, with an incision changing the function.
Enzo Mari is a master of Italian design and this stainless steel salad servers are originally designed in 1973.
This minimal modernist salad servers are the perfect dining tool for the kitchen.
Enzo Mari's Kurili Salad Servers is presented in a classic Danese gift box.
It makes a great functional gift idea too!
Enzo Mari was born in Novara in 1932, and is one of the most authoritative exponents on the Italian design scenario.
He studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Milan. His work was exhibited in a number of editions of the Venice Biennial and the Triennial of Milan. His work involves design with focus on research, projects in graphic design, product design and exhibition layout. In 1971, he took part in the exhibition "Italy: The New Domestic Landscape" organized by MOMA of New York. He won three Compassi d'Oro (1967, 1979, 1987). His work is on display at the National Gallery of Modern Art in Rome, at the Modern Museet in Stockholm, at the Stedeljik Museum in Amsterdam, at the Muse du Louvre in Paris, at the Kunstmuseum in Dusseldorf.
He teaches at Isia in Florence and at the European Design Institute in Milan.
Material: Polished stainless steel
Dimensions: 10.82" long, 2.55" width
Contents: set of 2
Great wedding gift idea, housewarming gift.
Made in Italy
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