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plico folding trolley

by Richard Sapper from Alessi

plico folding trolley

Design Richard Sapper, 1970
Steel colored with epoxy resin, polyurethane
Made by Alessi

Designed by Richard Sapper in the 1970s, the "Plico" trolley is one of the lesser known, though more representative, projects from this unforgettable artist's body of work. Easy to handle and extremely compact when folded, Plico can be used both as a food trolley and as a bed or sofa table. Once folded, the trolley occupies minimal space, allowing it to be placed behind a door or between two pieces of kitchen furniture. The brakes on the rear wheels make the trolley free-standing when closed.

Plico is a folding trolley in steel colored with epoxy resin in black. The shelves are polyurethane.

33.75" L | 30.75" h | 18" w

$1,600.00 + free shipping
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Richard Sapper

Richard Sapper designed the Tizio lamp for Artemide, one of the best selling lamps ever produced. In 1978 Alessi commissioned Sapper with the first product in a long series to come, the stove-top espresso maker 9090.
Alessi was founded in 1921 to produce crafted metal accessories for the kitchen. Alberto Alessi launched Alessi into high design through collaborations with designers like Philippe Starck and his Juicy Salif citrus squeezer.

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