SPAGHETTI Collection

Giandomenico Belotti, 1979

A design icon, Giandomenico Belotti's Spaghetti chair inaugurated the history of Alias in 1979.
Now part of the collections of the MoMA in New York and the Triennale Design Museum in Milan, this chair features a tubular steel frame with a seat and back made of the characteristic woven PVC rods, a distinctive element of the entire collection.
SPAGHETTI is available in numerous types. Chairs, armchairs and stools have simple and discreet silhouettes, captivating with their decisive yet refined character. A matching set of seats enriched with leather upholstery, offering unexpected visual experiences.


A symbol in the history of design, spaghetti is the first Alias chair to appear in the MoMA collection of New York. The structure is in stove enamelled or chromed steel, the seats and backs in the distinctive woven PVC, subtle in the transparent version and more striking in the various coloured versions. Also available in variants like leather hide and the special straw of the paludis series that enable unexpected tactile and visual experiences.

Giandomenico Belotti

(1922-2004) After graduating in architecture from Iuav University of Venice, he devoted his work to research, restoration, urban planning and industrial design. He has collaborated with Alias since 1979, designing Spaghetti, the chair that continues to be one of the most current expressions of modern design and is now on display in the permanent collection at MoMA in New York, Paludis and Green outdoor collection.

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