Italian designer Alessandro Zambelli collaborated with Seletti to create Estetico Quotidiano, a collection of multi-purpose containers that remind familiar throwaway objects, reflecting the immediacy of modern consumerism. This inspiration voluntarily contrasts with the use of durable materials, including porcelain and borosilicate glass and refined craftsmanship.
The Small Bottle from the Estetico Quotidiano Collection offers a sustainable alternative to standard plastic bottles. This refined object associates the design of a disposable product with durable materials to create a permanent solution, combining aesthetic and utility for daily usage.
Oven, microwave, and dishwasher safe.
The Small Bottle 2 Folds
Alessandro Zambelli is a designer from Mantua, Italy. The artist created his own studio in 2003. In 2006, he started a collaboration with the design house of Seletti, and forged relations with many other firms in furniture, home accessory, leather goods, etc.
Zambelli is the co-founder of Padiglione Italia, a designers’ collective, which seeks to highlight the Italian design scene’s specifics.
Zambelli has exhibited at the Beijing Design Week, Invito a Tavola (New York), the Tokyo Tableware Festival, and F.O.O.D. (Mint Museum, Charlotte, NC), as well as other international design fairs.
He never sees his work purely as an exercise in style. He believes an inner soul must enliven every object.
27 Lisboa takes you on a journey to Italy, where Kelly and Julien met with Seletti, an Italian brand that strives for constant innovation and originality.
The collections continuously blend objects of our daily life with pop art. Romano Seletti begins the story in 1964, in the Italian city of Mantova.
In the 1980s, his sons, Stefano and Miria, take the activity over, and the new generation brings brand new energy to the work while keeping focusing on Italian excellence.
Kelly and Julien collect multiple Seletti’s pieces in their own home and love how the brand’s unique vision and designs bring fun to their lifestyle.