A family of lamps: suspended, for a coffee table and with a metal structure, and the most recent floor version of the lamp is available in two heights: 130 and 160 cm. The distinctive trait is the shape of the slightly elliptical transparent diffuser, which is characterised by a multi-faceted surface, both inside and out, which creates a rich tapestry of reflections.
A series of rectangular two-dimensional wall mirrors which bring to mind milled crystal frames.
A chair with classic line, it has a rounded back which recalls the shape of antique medallions, while the seat is linear and geometric.
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
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
Optic is a container cube which comes in two versions: closed with a door or with one open side.
The Masters chair is a clear tribute to three symbol-chairs, reworked and reinterpreted by Starck’s creative genius.
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.
Smatrik, the latest interpretation of a chair, designed by Tokujin Yoshioka.
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 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
“Why Geen-a? There were many reasons why I ended up designing this lamp, but it’s possible to summarise them all under the simple banner of ‘the pleasure of reading’.
VISCOUNT OF WOOD
The sustainable lightness of wood. Conceived by the insight of Philippe Starck and made possible by Kartell’s advanced technology, the Wood family is growing.
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.