Alessi Graves Kettle
Alessi's Bird Whistle Kettle 9093 is one of the world's most acclaimed kettles – and yes it whistles. Designed by Princeton architecture lecturer Michael Graves, it was the biggest selling single product in the history of the Alessi company at its 21st birthday in 2006.
The shape is famous for its blending of Pop Art and Art Deco influences, whilst the whistling birdie lets you know when the water's boiled. Despite the price of this iconic kettle, it's offset by gas being much cheaper than an electric kettle.
The Alessi Graves Kettle is made from steel with a baked-on coating of silicon resin, with handle and whistle in polyamide. It has a 2 litre capacity, is perfect for induction stovetops, the handle really does stay cool, and the broad bottom design ensures quick boiling. Which is when the bird sings.
- Good Design Award Winner, Chicago Athenaeum Museum
- Permanent Collection, Museum of Modern Art, NYC
- Permanent Collection, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris
- A staple of Edina's kitchen in Absolutely Fabulous
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