Nendo has transformed cups, wine bottles and books into small versions of Kartell’s iconic Componibili drawers to celebrate the product’s 50th anniversary. Read more
The latest addition to Kartell’s children’s range is a set of candy-coloured plastic doll’s houses created by Italian designer Fabio Novembre. Read more
the chair is made by using an injection moulding technique and a metal structure that merge technology with experimentation.
select kartell furniture pieces are wrapped in traditional colors found in automotive nations and worlds, along with fashion patterns such as houndstooth, pinstripe and tartan.
after two years of development, the versatile chair measures at a few millimeters thick and weighs only 2.2 kg.
the desk lamp uses a polycarbonate stand which contains two aluminium rods that function as conductors in the place of wires.
The kids room is the new battleground when it comes to design and interiors, with a number of heavyweight design houses launching products aimed at little ones. Saying that, Kartell’s kids collection is definitely the pick so far. That’d because the design house has thrown everything at it. By that, we mean that some if […]
Milan 2016: Japanese studio Nendo has designed a transparent plastic rocking horse based on I-beams used in building construction. (more…)
the design of the child’s rocking horse draws from the shape and form of steel ‘H-beams’, used in large built works like skyscrapers and bridges.
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the installation transforms kartell by LAUFEN’s monobrand store in milan into a serene, seaside escape, inviting passersby to explore their world through the portholes of a ship, adding another element of discovery.
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Design magazines today have lost their critical edge and are little more than catalogues, according to Italian designer, theorist and editor Alessandro Mendini (+ transcript). (more…)
‘madame milano’ reveals a new version of philippe starck’s iconic ‘madame’ armchair for kartell that highlights the city of milan and two of its most important architectural gems — the duomo and galleria vittorio emanuele II.
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designboom speaks with the french creative who reflects on his admiration for kartell’s president, and the use of plastic as an accessible, innovative and luxurious material.
designboom interviews eugeni quitllet on the technological challenges he dealt with in realizing the ‘cloud-io’ chair for the italian furniture company.
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