We are the ambassador and the largest seller of Alessi products in Poland, we have an extensive product warehouse and the largest exhibition of Alessi products in the country.
The founder of Alessi, in 1921, was Giovanni Alessi.
The design, in the contemporary understanding of the term, appeared in the company at the end of the thirties, thanks to the first-born son of the founder, Carl. He was the author of most of the items introduced into the catalogue in the decade preceding 1945, when he presented his last project - the 'Bombe' tea and coffee service.
In 1970 Carlo introduced his older son Albert to the company, to whom he gradually handed over the responsibility for design management, and then slowly paved the way for other representatives of the young generation of the family - sons of Michele and Alessio and grandson Stefano, who brought a kind of shot of creativity and freshness to the company. This allowed Alessi to develop a design excellence policy that made her a leading representative of the phenomenon known worldwide as the Italian Design Factory.
One of the characteristics that characterise Alessi today is its ability to combine the requirements typical of industrial production with the tendency to treat itself more as a 'applied arts research laboratory' than an industrial plant in the traditional sense. Hence the need for continuous research and experimentation, starting in the 1980s, as well as experience with new materials and technologies - wood, porcelain and ceramics, plastics, glass and crystal, electricity and electronics.
Over the years Alessi has produced objects developed by more than 200 designers, including Ettore Sottsass, Richard Sapper, Achille Castiglioni, Aldo Rossi, Michael Graves, Massimo Morozzi, Philippe Starck, Stefano Giovannoni and Guido Venturini, Enzo Mari, Jasper Morrison, Marc Newson, Ron Arad... and Alessandro Mendini, who has also been a design advisor since 1979.