Abbracciaio is an aluminium casting of two shapes which, when placed one in front of the other, become a loving embrace. The two structures composing the candelabra link together giving the piece stability.
Pumo is a brand-new multi-purpose container that recalls the shapes of the traditional Apulian object of good omen, now revised for Kartell with a multi-faceted lid, also ideal as a centrepiece
The modular elements were designed to meet different needs and to fit perfectly into every room in the home. Componibili first appeared in 1967 and have become a timeless furnishing classic.
A chair with classic line, it has a rounded back which recalls the shape of antique medallions, while the seat is linear and geometric.
"Piuma" is one of the most revolutionary and daring products in the evolution of technologies and materials used by Kartell.
Round mirror with a transparent or coloured frame, with a unique pleated effect.
AL WOOD is a side table which complements the Smart Wood collection. It features a structure made from chrome-plated or painted steel, combined with a curved wooden top.
The result is a chair produced according to sustainable principles, characterised by bold, square lines which succeed in creating a sense of lightness and solidity all at once.
Optic is a container cube which comes in two versions: closed with a door or with one open side.
“Light is a thing that cannot be reproduced but must be represented by something else – by colour,” as Paul Cézanne said.
Attila, Napoleon and Saint-Esprit are three table-stools, three charismatic characters that stand out for their originality and anti-conformism.
The A.I. family is growing too, with the addition of A.I. STOOL, a product made from recycled material with a clear focus on comfort thanks to a broad, welcoming seat.
A.I. is the chair created for the first time ever using 100% recycled material, in which aesthetics and structural requirements remain unaltered, blending seamlessly with generative design.
The EUR stool is a cube printed with shapes and geometries inspired, to scale, by Italian rationalist architecture of the 1930s and 40s.
Bourgie unites classicism, wealth and tradition with technological innovation.