Lulu Pizza Set

Item MT0661
$150.00

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Make classic pizzeria pizza right in your own oven - or heat baked goods to perfection. Cordierite, often called ‘pizza stone’ or ‘baking stone’, is renowned for its ability to heat evenly without hotspots; it can also withstand extreme temperature changes, and it’s a snap to care for. Karim Rashid takes the concept a step further, creating a modernistic masterpiece complete with fun stainless steel handled serving tray to cradle the stone and a wonderful, matching pizza cutter.

  • Stainless Steel/Cordierite
  • 19” L. x 15” W. x 1.5” H.
  • Hand wash
  • Designed by Karim Rashid
  • Specifications

    • Designer: Karim Rashid
    • Year Designed: 2014
    • Collections: Gourmet
    • Decor Style: Modern
    • Cookware Type: Specialty
    • Oven Safe: Yes
    • Dishwasher Safe: no
    • Online Engraving: no
    • Limited Edition: no
    • Material Type: Stainless Steel
    • Online Exclusive: no
  • About The Designer

    Nambé is pleased to offer an extensive collection of Karim Rashid's creations in metal, crystal and lighting. Rashid's fresh, beautiful and highly collectible Nambé illustrate our dedication to great design. He has been designing for Nambé since 1992.

    Less than ten years after opening his studio in New York, Karim Rashid stands among the contemporary masters of design. Rashid works in architecture, interiors, fashion and furniture. He is also a sculptor, painter and ceramist with a number of prestigious one-man shows and exhibits to his credit.

    Rashid was born in Cairo, Egypt and grew up in England and Canada. He earned a degree in industrial design from Carleton University in Ottawa, and next studied design in Italy. His work has won more than 50 design awards and has been exhibited by or acquired for the permanent collections of MoMA, the British Design Museum, Toronto Design Exchange, MoMA of San Francisco and the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

    In 2001, Rizzoli published I Want to Change the World, a monograph on Rashid's life's work.