Optic is a container cube which comes in two versions: closed with a door or with one open side. Its surface is strikingly decorated with square based transparent or mirrored pyramids, slightly in relief, which create a strong visual impact.
AIR DU TEMPS
Lightness is the watchword of the table clock "Air du Temps" inhabited by hollows and light. A simple elegant object that fits perfectly into any setting.
Geen-a is Kartell's reading lamp, supplementing the brand’s lighting range with a product designed for this specific purpose.
The Charla dining armchair boasts elegant, flowing lines and embraces you in an almost wrap-around seat.
Bourgie unites classicism, wealth and tradition with technological innovation.
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.
VISCOUNT OF WOOD
Conceived by the insight of Philippe Starck and made possible by Kartell’s advanced technology, the Wood family is growing. Viscount of Wood tables are the latest addition.
The Smatrik stool joins the family of seats created by Tokujin Yoshioka and is crafted using a mould which enables the recreation of a 3D net that overlaps and crosses over.Thanks to a special inje
Round mirror with a transparent or coloured frame, with a unique pleated effect.
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.
The EUR stool is a cube printed with shapes and geometries inspired, to scale, by Italian rationalist architecture of the 1930s and 40s.
Battery is a compact table lamp innovatively characterised by the fact that it is 100% rechargeable thanks to a simple electric plug, with up to eight hours of battery life.
"Piuma" is one of the most revolutionary and daring products in the evolution of technologies and materials used by Kartell.
“Light is a thing that cannot be reproduced but must be represented by something else – by colour,” as Paul Cézanne said.