7" Sauce Pot by Sori Yanagi
The Stainless Steel Kettle is one of renowned Japanese designer Sori Yanagi’s most famous designs. Yanagi designed his first kettle in 1953, redesigned it in 1994 when the kettle won the Good Design Award for its functionality and design. Featuring a wide bottom for rapid boiling, this inventive kettle aims to anticipate your needs and solve common cooking inconveniences. Each kettle is made in Niigata, Japan, a region famous for its high quality stainless steel objects. This kettle has been Yanagi's best-selling product since its debut in 1994.
Sori Yanagi's kitchen product series began with an extensive line of cutlery in 1974, and has since expanded to include pots, pans, kettles, colanders, bowls, knives, utensils and cast iron grills. His design concept nurtures simplicity and the seeking out of small ideas that affect in big ways. Often listed amongst legendary masters of industrial design like Charles and Ray Eames and Arnie Jacobsen, Yanagi is considered to be one of Japan's most influential product designers and leader of the Industrial post-war design movement in Japan.
Credited as the father of Japanese modern design, Yanagi's bent plywood stool, the "BUTTERFLY STOOL", which was designed in 1956, is currently part of the permanent collection at the Museum of Modern Art in NY.
All Sori Yanagi stainless steel pieces are made in Niigata, Japan.
7" D x 3'' Handle
Holds 2 L
18-8 stainless steel (Pot)
Phenol resin (Handle)