Miriam Mirri Acacia Honey dipper
Acacia Honey dipper is Golden Design Award winner in 2015 - 2016 Bakeware, Tableware, Drinkware and Cookware Design Award Category.
Acacia Honey dipper

The "Acacia" honey dipper is the result of a research into the sweet world of honey and mathematical structures generated by 3d software. I designed an object suitable for the use with different kinds of this delicacy. The hexagonal structure of the honeycomb forms an empty sphere joined on a conic stem to compose a single steel object. "Acacia" was designed to sweeten hot drinks or accompany side dishes with the desired quantity of honey.

Acacia Honey dipper
Miriam Mirri Acacia
Miriam Mirri Honey dipper
Miriam Mirri design
Miriam Mirri design
Miriam Mirri

She was born in Bologna, Italy. She studied at the Scuola Superiore di Disegno Anatomico and design and communication at the Università del Progetto. After the working experiences at some offices of design and architecture, at the beginning of the new century she started her freelance designer activity. An original mark, a humane and kind attitude, a good intuition of the primary needs together with a real knowledge of the body and materials are the main characteristics and values that people and critics assign to her. She designed houseware, pet accessories, creatures for day and night, watches, complements and furniture collaborating with several companies, especially with Alessi and others as MandarinaDuck, Henkel, Seiko, Häagen-Dazs, Bysteel, Meritalia, Bassetti, Gruppo Coin, Euro3Plast, UnitedPets. She took part in national and international exhibitions. She lives in Milan.


The Alessi universe numbers more than three hundred designers from all over the world and includes different categories of typical products for the home - tableware, kitchen accessories, cooking utensils, small domestic appliances, furnishing accessories, lighting - as well as personal products. The Alessi mission is to research the most advanced cultural, aesthetic, executive and functional quality and translate this into mass produced items. One of its main characteristics is its ability to combine the typical needs of a modern business with being a research laboratory in the field of the Applied Arts, striking a fine balance between the most advanced international creativity and the desires of the public.