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
Shibuya vases have a pierced lid that can transform them into table accessories and not just decorative objects.
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.
The EUR stool is a cube printed with shapes and geometries inspired, to scale, by Italian rationalist architecture of the 1930s and 40s.
Mini Planet, a small lamp that creates a great lighting effect. Mini Planet is available in two versions: rechargeable and plug-in.
Bourgie unites classicism, wealth and tradition with technological innovation.
"Piuma" is one of the most revolutionary and daring products in the evolution of technologies and materials used by Kartell.
The Masters chair is a clear tribute to three symbol-chairs, reworked and reinterpreted by Starck’s creative genius.
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.
Abbracciaio is an aluminium casting of two shapes which, when placed one in front of the other, become a loving embrace.
A practical, functional and versatile accessory, for use anywhere in the home.
Piero Lissoni too is exploring the world of lighting for the first time in his collaboration with Kartell and has chosen a truly magical lamp to do so: Fata.
The special feature of this series lies in the conformation of the surface material which enhances the core that looks like jelly, just as the name suggests, evocative of the forms used in pastry-m
Goodnight revisits the candle in its primordial form and transforms it into a highly technological object.
The Pilastro 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.