The first pasta designed by a designer ever.
The Neapolitan pasta firm's brief included, among other things, a specific request for a shape that could be mass-produced.
A Greek "beta", a wave – there are various possible interpretations of the undulatory shape Giugiaro Design came up with. T
he external surface is smooth in true Neapolitan traditions: inside Marille are lined for maximum sauce and flavour retention. The shape has been so designed to remain well "structured" after boiling, and to be "displayed" in nouvelle cuisine dishes.
Even it is a pasta, Marille refers to the automotive world. Its shape was inspired by the automobile door gasket section.