Decantador Álvaro Siza
Álvaro Siza decanter of contemporary design.
A piece that respects the wine's identity and highlights its intrinsic characteristics.
The undulating shape allows the wine to flow slowly along the walls, while the wide base offers the wine a large area of contact with the air, allowing for greater release of aromas.
It is not advisable to use it in the microwave and washing machine.
Edition signed by the author.
Álvaro Siza is one of the most emblematic architects of the 20th century, and one of the names with which Portugal is associated in any part of the world, winner of the Pritzker Prize in 1992. It was in 1991 that Álvaro Siza was invited to design the Museum of Art Contemporary by Serralves, which opened in 1999.
Founded in 1824, Fábrica de Porcelana da Vista Alegre was the first industrial unit dedicated to the production of porcelain in Portugal. The spirit and persistence of the founder José Ferreira Pinto Basto, a prominent figure in Portuguese society in the 19th century, an audacious merchant farm owner, was important to the success of this industrial undertaking.
- 21,5 x 20 cm
- 1700 ml
- Álvaro Siza
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