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.
Smatrik, the latest interpretation of a chair, designed by Tokujin Yoshioka.
Charles Ghost is the stool that mirrors the shape of traditional 19th century seats. The line of the leg is rounded and slightly curled, an icon of the classic stool.
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.
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
Abbracciaio is an aluminium casting of two shapes which, when placed one in front of the other, become a loving embrace.
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.
The Masters chair is a clear tribute to three symbol-chairs, reworked and reinterpreted by Starck’s creative genius.
The Charla dining armchair boasts elegant, flowing lines and embraces you in an almost wrap-around seat.
The mini and rechargeable version of the Planet lamp is introduced in the lighting collection, characterized by the slightly ovoid shape of the diffuser characterized by a faceted surface both insi
A chair with classic line, it has a rounded back which recalls the shape of antique medallions, while the seat is linear and geometric.
Q/Wood is the armchair from the Smart Wood collection, with enveloping lines that create soft armrests and offer maximum seating comfort.
“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’.
Generic A is the chair designed for the office world, the backrest is high, the armrests wide and the design functional.
“Light is a thing that cannot be reproduced but must be represented by something else – by colour,” as Paul Cézanne said.