Generic A is the chair designed for the office world, the backrest is high, the armrests wide and the design functional.
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 Colonna stool is included in the "Kartell goes Sottsass - A Tribute to Memphis" collection, launched in homage to the movement founded by design guru Ettore Sottsass.
Louis Ghost is the world’s bravest example of the injection of polycarbonate in a single mould.
Maxi version of the night lamp with dimmer switch, 100% rechargeable thanks to a simple electrical plug which offers up to 8 hours of power.
Stone is a stool with a shape which is reminiscent of an hourglass, its surface is simply extraordinary: it is irregular and comprised of a myriad of geometrical facets which reflect the light and
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.
Q/Wood is the armchair from the Smart Wood collection, with enveloping lines that create soft armrests and offer maximum seating comfort.
A multi-faceted vase widening from the base to the top in a swirling motion.
Mini Planet, a small lamp that creates a great lighting effect. Mini Planet is available in two versions: rechargeable and plug-in.
It's against this backdrop that the company has unveiled the final version of Re-Chair, designed by Antonio Citterio and made from recycled materials.
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.
The Calice vase is included in the "Kartell goes Sottsass - A Tribute to Memphis" collection, launched in homage to the movement founded by design guru Ettore Sottsass.
A series of rectangular two-dimensional wall mirrors which bring to mind milled crystal frames.