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Fondata nel 1949 grazie ad un’intuizione che ne avrebbe decretato il futuro successo, Kartell è oggi una delle principali aziende del design internazionale, indiscusso pioniere nell’utilizzo delle materie plastiche nel settore dell’arredamento. Ambasciatrice di un design democratico che ha rivoluzionato il tradizionale concetto di arredo, Kartell ha reso la plastica un materiale duttile, eclettico, in grado di assecondare spinte fortemente moderniste e allo stesso tempo dare nuova vita alla tradizione. La continua evoluzione nella ricerca dei materiali plastici e la sperimentazione di nuove tecnologie hanno consentito a Kartell di sviluppare prodotti con proprietà funzionali ottimali quali resistenza ad agenti atmosferici e a shock termici, comfort, leggerezza, mobilità e flessibilità di utilizzo. L’approccio industriale consente inoltre di realizzare grandi numeri e andare incontro ad esigenze diversificate, in tempi brevi sia nella produzione che nella logistica. Ciò ha permesso all’azienda di rafforzare la propria presenza negli ambiti più diversi: Hotellerie (hotel, ristoranti, residence di lusso) Retail (flagship stores, concept store, boutique esclusive) Special Projects (musei, aeroporti, palazzi storici, campus universitari, sedi governative) Seating (auditorium, teatri, cinema, lounge, sale conferenza) Office (uffici pubblici e privati) Dalle micro-forniture alle grandi commesse, Kartell può contare su un prodotto resistente, leggero e flessibile, completamente Made in Italy e firmato dai più noti designer internazionali.

Founded in 1949 through the inspiration that ensured its future success, Kartell today is one of the leading international design companies, the uncontested pioneer in the use of plastics for the furnishings sector. Ambassador of democratic design which has revolutionised the traditional concept of furnishings, Kartell has made plastic a pliable and eclectic material capable of supporting the strong modernist thrust while at the same time igniting a new spark in tradition. The continuing evolution of research on plastics and experimentation with new technologies have enabled Kartell to develop products with ideal functional properties such as resistance to atmospheric pollutants and thermal shock, comfort, lightness and flexibility of use. The industrial approach furthermore makes mass production possible and the diversified requirements of both production and logistics can be rapidly satisfied. This issue has enabled the company to strengthen its presence in the most varied of contexts: The hotel business (hotels, restaurants and luxury residences) Retail (flagship stores, concept stores and exclusive boutiques) Special Projects (museums, airports, historic buildings, university campuses and government buildings) Seating (auditoriums, theatres, cinemas, lounges and conference rooms) Office (public and private offices) From micro supplies to large orders, Kartell can rely on its sturdy, light and flexible product, completely Made in Italy and signed by the most famous international designers.


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PALAZZO REALE, MILANO/ITALY – Chair VICTORIA GHOST Design Philippe Starck


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CASTELLO DI CALATABIANO CATANIA/ITALY Chair VICTORIA GHOST Design Philippe Starck Table TOP TOP Design Philippe Starck with Eugeni Quitllet Lamp BOURGIE Design Ferruccio Laviani Lamp GÈ Design Ferruccio Laviani


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PRET À DINER RESTAURANT, LONDON/UK – Chair VICTORIA GHOST Design Philippe Starck


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TORRE MAIZZA, BRINDISI/ITALY – Chair VICTORIA GHOST Design Philippe Starck

PERLA VERDE HOTEL, MILANO MARITTIMA/ITALY – Sofa Bubble Club Design Philippe Starck Side table BUBBLE CLUB Design Philippe Starck Stool La Bohème Design Philippe Starck Vase MISSES FLOWER POWER Design Philippe Starck with Eugeni Quitllet


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MUSEO DELL’ARA PACIS, ROMA/ITALY – Sofa and Side table BUBBLE CLUB Design Philippe Starck


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CASTELLO MONACI, LECCE/ITALY – Sofa BUBBLE CLUB Design Philippe Starck Side table T-TABLE Design Patricia Urquiola

Sofa BUBBLE CLUB Design Philippe Starck


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HARU TEMAKERIA E SUSHI, SANTOS/BRAZIL Chair DR. YES Design Philippe Starck with Eugeni Quitllet

XIRIAKO CAFETERIA, AZPEITIA/SPAIN – Chair DR. YES Design Philippe Starck with Eugeni Quitllet


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ITEM, MILANO/ITALY – Chair DR. YES Table TOP TOP Design Philippe Starck with Eugeni Quitllet


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ONE MORE, ONE MORE PLEASE design Philippe Starck If you want to sip a drink at the bar in peace and quiet, you need a comfortable tall stool with a back to lean against. Sometimes one drink is not enough - and you need "One more" and sometimes "One more please". The "Ghost" family, one of the absolute Kartell icons, multiplies its ranks with stools of different heights - 65 cm or 75 cm - and with backs, either oval or square, but always versatile, practical, coloured and sturdy.

STRAF, MILANO/ITALY – Stools ONE MORE, ONE MORE PLEASE Design Philippe Starck


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AUDREY design Piero Lissoni Audrey, the eclectic seat combining aluminium and plastic and designed by Piero Lissoni is a versatile and contemporary chair which because of its simple, clean lines due to a special die-casting process is composed of only two parts and made without welding. With the arrival of Audrey Soft, a chair with 13 different shades to choose from and three different kinds of fabric (Kvadrat, Trevira and Lycra), Audrey becomes multifunctional and adaptable to all uses - indoor, outdoor, the home, office and contract with its wonderfully rich range of combinations. Eclectic and versatile, contemporary and elegant in the details of its finishes and materials, Audrey is a product created for collective areas. Its functionality together with its unmistakable Kartell style is complemented by the good price/quality ratio for a contract seat unique of its kind. This seats can also be used outdoors.

EATALY, ROMA/ITALY Chair AUDREY Design Piero Lissoni CAFE CRAFT, PARIS/FRANCE – Chair AUDREY Design Piero Lissoni


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EATALY, ROMA/ITALY – Chair THALYA Design Patrick Jouin

FONTANA FREDDA GRILL GARDEN, SERRALUNGA D’ALBA/ITALY – Chair THALYA Design Patrick Jouin


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ELLE DECO CAFE PARIS/FRANCE Chair HI-CUT Design Philippe Starck with Eugeni Quitllet


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HI-CUT design Philippe Starck Kartell presents the latest evolution in transparency, Hi-Cut, a chair offering perfect ergonomical seating combining flexibility and solidity, while the changing vertical stripes on the top’s structure add an attractive play of light and reflections. With its minimal and clean design, this chair is reminiscent of an art deco mood made eclectic and precious, bringing a touch of personality and originality to any ambiance. Available in many combinations, Hi-Cut comes in three versions - transparent, black and white - which can be combined with a range of colours for the top, whether bright (purple, red, green and orange) or soft (crystal and smoke grey). The design of the chair’s structure, made in a single mould, plays on curves and angles: the front legs are square, as is the front part of the chair, while the back legs and the backrest have a smoother, rounded line which becomes sharper at the top of the backrest.

CONCERT HALL THESSALONIKI/GREECE Chair HI-CUT Design Philippe Starck with Eugeni Quitllet

EATALY, ROMA/ITALY – Chair HI-CUT Design Philippe Starck with Eugeni Quitllet Stool MAUNA-KEA Design Vico Magistretti


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BELMOND HOTEL CIPRIANI, VENEZIA/ITALY Sofa PLASTICS Design Piero Lissoni

VOLVO OCEAN RACE, STOCKHOLM/SWEDEN Sofa PLASTICS Design Piero Lissoni

DALI, BERLIN/GERMANY – Sofa PLASTICS Design Piero Lissoni Lamp TOOBE Design Ferruccio Laviani Container OPTIC Design Patrick Jouin


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WOK AND SUSHI RESTAURANT, ISTANBUL/TURKEY Stool CHARLES GHOST Design Philippe Starck Chair DOLLY Design Antonio Citterio with Oliver Lรถw


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ERO|S| design Philippe Starck Ero|S| is a swivel armchair with an organic egg shape, a refined combination of finishes and an adept use of colour. The quality and richness of its component materials, both for the body and the base, make it particularly elegant and sophisticated. Ero|S| is ideal for the home, in dining or living rooms, but it also fits nicely into offices as a representative chair in the meeting room or in waiting areas. Two versions are available: the chair can rest on a glossy aluminium rotating base with central support or on a lightweight four-legged chrome structure. The choice of chromatic polycarbonate is generous in both transparent and solid variations.

ESTACIĂ“ DE SANTS, BARCELONA/SPAIN Chair ERO|S| Design Philippe Starck

BYBLOS ART HOTEL, VERONA/ITALY – Chair ERO|S| Design Philippe Starck


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ALTAROMA ROMA/ITALY Chair LIZZ Design Piero Lissoni with Carlo Tamborini

RESTAURANT AL DENTE, WASHINGTON DC/USA – Chair LIZZ Design Piero Lissoni with Carlo Tamborini


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IRIS RESTAURANT, BEIRUT/LEBANON Chair MR. IMPOSSIBLE Design Philippe Starck with Eugeni Quitllet

LA MARTINE, LISBOA/PORTUGAL Chair MR. IMPOSSIBLE Design Philippe Starck with Eugeni Quitllet

CAFFÈ D’ESPRESSO, NEW YORK/USA Chair MR. IMPOSSIBLE Design Philippe Starck with Eugeni Quitllet


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ITEM, MILANO/ITALY – Chair AMI AMI Design Tokujin Yoshioka

HOTEL BAUER, VENEZIA/ITALY – Chair AMI AMI Design Tokujin Yoshioka Table TOP TOP Design Philippe Starck with Eugeni Quitllet


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HOSPITAL SANTA JOANA, SANTOS/BRAZIL – Chair FRILLY Design Patricia Urquiola


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CASTELLO MONACI, LECCE/ITALY Sofa POP Design Piero Lissoni Lamp BOURGIE Design Ferruccio Laviani Stool STONE Design Marcel Wanders Side table INVISIBLE SIDE Design Tokujin Yoshioka


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SPIAGGIA OLIVI, RIVA DEL GARDA /ITALY Sofa POP Design Piero Lissoni with Carlo Tamborini

RESIDENCE LOT, CURAÇAO/ANTILLES Sofa POP Design Piero Lissoni with Carlo Tamborini

HOTEL BAUER, VENEZIA/ITALY Sofa POP Design Piero Lissoni with Carlo Tamborini Side table INVISIBLE TABLE Design Tokujin Yoshioka


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COMBACK design Patricia Urquiola Kartell has fun revisiting a great classic and gives a new look to the Windsor chair A return to the glorious past of England in the XVIII century for a "Comb Back" version of the chair with an opaque texture featuring a backrest consisting of seven "teeth" which spread out towards the lumbar region where they meet a reinforced hexagonal rim with slim shafts radiating down to join the seat. A goodly size, this single mould chair TORRE COCCARO, BRINDISI/ITALY – Chair COMBACK Design Patricia Urquiola

embodies functionality and ergonomics well-freighted with sentiment and memories. The use of plastic and the use of pastel colours on offer give a touch of lightness and the contemporary to the Comback chair. The Comback comes in several modernised versions – the “swivel” model with four spokes and a central swivel shaft and the “sled” with two slim tubular sides.


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NEOTEK ISTANBUL/TURKEY Vase JELLY Design Patricia Urquiola

FIORAIO BIANCHI, MILANO/ITALY Stool LA BOHÈME Design Philippe Starck Vase SHANGHAI Design Mario Bellini Vase JELLY Design Patricia Urquiola

NEOTEK, ISTANBUL/TURKEY Vase MATELASSÈ Design Patricia Urquiola


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CALCIO CATANIA, CATANIA/ITALY – Sofa PLASTICS DUO Design Piero Lissoni


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ALLE TERRAZZE, PALERMO/ITALY Sofa PLASTICS DUO Design Piero Lissoni

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TOPTOP design Philippe Starck The TopTop tables come in a version created specifically for office use, shock resistant and weatherproof. The transparent circular or square section legs have a faceted surface, metal core and melamine top and are available in different colours – white, black, aluminium and green, and the base is painted aluminium. The second TopTop table version is especially suited for indoor bar and restaurant use and always features the central transparent circular or square section leg with a pleated surface and metal core. The top is round or square laminate and the base is made of painted aluminium. The TopTop table line is distinguished by its polycarbonate leg which can be either a round or square transparent section with a faceted surface and metal core. This version is proposed to ideally furnish the home with a square or round glossy lacquered polyester top and chrome-plated aluminium base. The transparent central leg makes the structure agile while the faceted one is sophisticated and elegant.

GINGER BOY RESTAURANT, MELBOURNE/AUSTRALIA Chair VICTORIA GHOST Design Philippe Starck Table TOP TOP Design Philippe Starck with Eugeni Quitllet Stool CHARLES GHOST Design Philippe Starck PERLA VERDE HOTEL, MILANO MARITTIMA/ITALY – Table TOP TOP Design Philippe Starck Chair LOUIS GHOST Design Philippe Starck


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HOTEL DUDE, BERLIN/GERMANY – Chair PAPYRUS Design Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec


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FL/Y design Ferruccio Laviani An essential lamp which is characterised by the “subtle interpretations of the theme". Made in transparent methacrylate in all the colours of the rainbow, the cover is not perfectly hemispherical but the cut-off is underneath the height of the diameter to collect the most light. What’s more, the special transparency of the material and the sheen of the colours bring to mind a soap bubble, iridescent with reflections of light. They are packaged singly, but also come in compositions that enhance their delicate chromatic variations.

PROYECTO CONTRACT CASAVIVA SPAIN Chair LOUIS GHOST Design Philippe Starck Lamp FL/Y Design Ferruccio Laviani NURSERY, PADERNO DUGNANO/ITALY – Lamp FL/Y Design Ferruccio Laviani


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BAITA LA GROLLA, COURMAYEUR/ITALY Chair LOUIS GHOST Design Philippe Starck Lamp FL/Y Design Ferruccio Laviani


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KONG RESTAURANT, PARIS/FRANCE – Chair LOUIS GHOST Design Philippe Starck

UFO RESTAURANT, BRATISLAVA/SLOVAKIA – Chair LOUIS GHOST Design Philippe Starck


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OPERA HOUSE, PRAGUE/CZECH REPUBLIC – Chair LOUIS GHOST Design Philippe Starck


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CIRCOLO GOLF BOGOGNO, BOGOGNO/ITALY Chair LOUIS GHOST Design Philippe Starck Vase MISSES FLOWER POWER Design Philippe Starck with Eugeni Quitllet

LOUIS GHOST design Philippe Starck A comfortable armchair in transparent and coloured polycarbonate in the Louis XV style, it is the quintessence of baroque revisited to dazzle, excite and captivate. Louis Ghost is the most daring example in the world of injected polycarbonate in a single mould. Despite its evanescent and crystalline appearance, Louis Ghost is stable and durable, shock and weather resistant and can also be stacked six high. This article has great charm and considerable visual appeal and brings a touch of elegance and irony to any style of home or public area. CAVOLI A MERENDA RESTAURANT, MILANO/ITALY – Chair LOUIS GHOST Design Philippe Starck


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MARTINI GOLD BY DOLCE & GABBANA, HAMBURG/GERMANY – Chair LOUIS GHOST Design Philippe Starck Vase MISSES FLOWER POWER Design Philippe Starck

CANTERA SOCIAL CLUB, DUINO/ITALY – Lamp BOURGIE Design Ferruccio Laviani


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TEATRO RESTAURANT, BOSTON/USA – Chair MAUI Design Vico Magistretti

EATALY, ROMA/ITALY – Chair MAUI Design Vico Magistretti


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DESIGN LIBRARY, MILANO/ITALY Chair MAUI Design Vico Magistretti

MAUI design Vico Magistretti Its elegant lines, sober colours and practical usage make Maui an extremely versatile chair, capable of satisfying the widest demands of the business and residential market. Maui chairs form a family rich in chromatic and formal variations, able to meet specific needs in communal areas, such as offices, workshops, waiting rooms, bars and restaurants, lecture and meeting halls, or in home environments, such as the dining room, the children' bedrooms and the study. The unitised polypropylene seat/back is attached to a chromed steel structure. In 2012 Kartell gave Maui new appeal style and price-wise and brought it back in a fabric-covered version (Kvadrat and Trevira) – with and without casters and arms thus increasing its rich family of colours and functions, able to satisfy the specific needs in the contract sector as well as in the home. Its elegant lines and practicality make the Maui chair an extremely versatile design, just as contemporary today as yesterday.

LA TRIENNALE, MILANO/ITALY – Chair MAUI Design Vico Magistretti


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ARCHIVIO BERTARELLI CASTELLO SFORZESCO MILANO/ITALY Table GLOSSY Design Antonio Citterio with Oliver Löw Chair MAUI Design Vico Magistretti

ARCHIVIO BERTARELLI – CASTELLO SFORZESCO, MILANO/ITALY – Modular system ONE Design Piero Lissoni Table MAX Design Ferruccio Laviani


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RAVENNA ART MUSEUM RAVENNA/ITALY Armchair MAGIC HOLE Design Philippe Starck with Eugeni Quitllet

ENZO FERRARI MUSEUM MODENA/ITALY Sofa MAGIC HOLE Design Philippe Starck with Eugeni Quitllet

COMMUNITY GARDEN, NEW YORK/USA – Armchair MAGIC HOLE Design Philippe Starck with Eugeni Quitllet


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HOTEL DE LIVRY, PARIS/FRANCE – Sofa and armchair MAGIC HOLE Design Philippe Starck with Eugeni Quitllet Side table INVISIBLE SIDE Design Tokujin Yoshioka


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FIORAIO BIANCHI CAFFÉ MILANO/ITALY Stool LA BOHÈME Design Philippe Starck Vase SHANGHAI Design Mario Bellini Vase JELLY Design Patricia Urquiola Lamp BLOOM Design Ferruccio Laviani Commode GHOST BUSTER Design Philippe Starck with Eugeni Quitllet

LA BOHÈME design Philippe Starck Once again, Starck’s creative genius and Kartell's technology bring to life a revolutionary and fascinating design: La Bohème, a collection of stools in precious vase shapes. There are two designs: La Bohème 2 and La Bohème 3. Each design highlights a different aspect of the vase as an object, in terms of the delicate and precious appearance and the stable and functional seat. Only exclusive technology, used for the first time in the design sector by Kartell, could allow the creation of a completely transparent collection of stools whose shape has a remarkable aesthetic impact. La Bohème stools suit any place, in the living room and in the garden, on the balcony and in the kitchen. In addition to the stools, vases are also available in several colours. The elegance of the design, colours and material sets these vases apart, making them ideal for creative and original decoration and to personalise any setting.


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RESTAURANT PALMA DE MALLORCA/SPAIN – Chair MADEMOISELLE À LA MODE Design Philippe Starck


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ECLIPSE, ATHENS/GREECE Chair MADEMOISELLE À LA MODE Design Philippe Starck

CAFFÈ MISSONI, MILANO/ITALY – Chair MADEMOISELLE À LA MODE Design Philippe Starck


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ALLE TERRAZZE, PALERMO/ITALY Chair MASTERS Design Philippe Starck with Eugeni Quitllet

TORRE COCCARO, BRINDISI/ITALY – Chair MASTERS Design Philippe Starck with Eugeni Quitllet


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MASTERS design Philippe Starck with Eugeni Quitllet The Masters chair is a powerful tribute to the three chair-symbol, re-read and re-interpreted by the creative genius of Starck. The “Series 7” by Arne Jacobsen, the “Tulip Armchair” by Eero Saarinen and the “Eiffel Chair” by Charles Eames interweave their unmistakable silhouettes into a sinuous hybrid giving life to a fusion of original and engaging styles. On its four slim legs, the Masters chair is roomy and comfy. The back of the chair is naturally its most distinctive feature characterised by the fullnesses and empty spaces created by the curvaceous criss-crossing lines of three different backs which descend to meet together at the seat edge. The Masters is light, practical, comes in various colours and can be stacked and used outdoors as well. The Masters chair was honoured with the prestigious “2010 Good Design Award” presented by the Chicago Athenaeum - Museum of Architecture and Design and Red Dot Award 2013. Kartell also offers a stool version of the Masters chair. The legs are lengthened and the seat shrunk, but the frame’s unmistakable graphic look, created by the weave of the silhouettes of three iconic chairs, remains the same. Available in a range of vibrant colours, Masters Stool is ideal for both the home and contract sales, as well as outdoor use.

ARMADA DE LA LIBERTÉ ROUEN/FRANCE Chair MASTERS Design Philippe Starck with Eugeni Quitllet

LA FLOR DE PARANINFO, ZARAGOZA/SPAIN – Chair MASTERS Design Philippe Starck with Eugeni Quitllet


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DEM KARAKOY, ISTANBUL/TURKEY – Chair MASTERS Design Philippe Starck with Eugeni Quitllet

LA FLOR DE PARANINFO, ZARAGOZA/SPAIN – Chair MASTERS Design Philippe Starck with Eugeni Quitllet


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ORSA, PALERMO/ITALY Chair SPOON CHAIR Design Antonio Citterio with Toan Nguyen Table FOUR Design Ferruccio Laviani

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BAITA LA GROLLA, COURMAYEUR/ITALY – Armchair FORM Design Piero Lissoni Side table TRAYS Design Piero Lissoni

ANGOLA CONSULATE, LISBOA/PORTUGAL – Armchair FORM Design Piero Lissoni


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GINGER BOY RESTAURANT, MELBOURNE/AUSTRALIA – Stool CHARLES GHOST Design Philippe Starck

HRC, MOTO GP, JEREZ DE LA FRONTERA/SPAIN – Chair HONEYCOMB Design Alberto Meda Table TOP TOP Design Philippe Starck


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RENAULT @ CASA DECOR, MADRID/SPAIN – Chair FPE Design Ron Arad

CALLE 54 JAZZ CLUB, MADRID/SPAIN – Chair FPE Design Ron Arad


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CASTELLO MONACI, LECCE/ITALY – Chair LA MARIE Design Philippe Starck

HENNESSY/FRANCE – Chair LA MARIE Design Philippe Starck

LA MARIE design Philippe Starck The world’s fi rst completely transparent chair made from a single polycarbonate mould, La Marie combines essential design with an exceptionally robust structure to produce the lightness and intangibility of its image. An ingenious combination of lightness and strength, the result of painstaking and meticulous research on its polycarbonate material, this item is shock resistant. In addition to the crystal version, the Marie is also available in three colours: fluorescent purple, light yellow and light orange.


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CERTIFICATIONS

CARE

Leader in the industrial production and distribution of plastic accessories and design items, Kartell has always focussed on, and been dedicated to, research in avant-garde technologies and production processes. Quality, reliability, safety and respect for the environment have always been the company’s key values.

To care for your Kartell products, protecting their original characteristics, you just need to keep a few simple things in mind. When cleaning plastic surfaces, use a damp, soft cloth with neutral liquid soap or cleanser, preferably diluted. Do not use ethyl alcohol or cleansers containing even the slightest amount of acetone, trichlorethylene, ammonia or solvents as these substances will permanently damage the plastic. In addition to the corrosive substances listed above, avoid abrasive substances, including powdered cleansers, abrasive creams and cleaning tools with coarse surfaces, such as steel wool or rough sponges.

From its creation in 1949 to today, Kartell has designed an incredible series of products, the fruit of creativity and of partnerships with the world’s greatest designers. The products are made using top-quality plastics, most of which are recyclable and environmentally friendly; the production processes are optimized to avoid excessive consumption and waste that harmful to the environment and resources. In 1996, Kartell received UNI EN ISO 9001 certification for its Corporate Quality Management System. In 2012, Kartell was also awarded UNI EN ISO 14001 certification for its efficient Corporate Management System. These certifications are proof that Kartell applies a careful control system that assesses and verifies the appropriateness of its technology, industrialization, quality and environment, in order to reconcile is industrial processes with the needs and expectations of the end consumer. And, reflecting its concern for protecting the health of the end consumer, Kartell is set to receive Greenguard certification for its collections in 2014. Greenguard was created in the United States in 2001 to develop a series of technical requirements to certify materials for indoor use. This certification attests to the quality of the air breathed in closed spaces furnished with Kartell products. The parameters used are very strict, requiring that the furniture used and the certificates respect very specific emission limits in order to protect consumers’ health, with particular regard to children. By buying a Greenguard certified item, customers can be sure they are purchasing an inspected and safe product that does not pollute.

PACKAGING All of the product’s packaging—cardboard, plastic wrap, paper—is 100% recyclable, based on generally applied criteria at the local level (recycling bins or recycling centres). This is the best way you can contribute to environmental sustainability: avoid waste and avoid “littering” the environment with excessive waste.

QUALITY CONTROL Kartell uses various control systems in its production. The red “QUALITY CONTROL” label found inside each box is your guarantee that the product was checked by a Quality Control inspector before being packaged. The codes on the control label are used to trace essential data in the event there is a problem with the product.

Greenguard is required by many certification boards for green buildings (LEED; CHPS; ASHRAE; Green Globes, NAHB; IgCC, CONSIP) worldwide.

Kartell’s concern for the environment is reflected in its use of top-quality plastics that are clean, certified, environmentally friendly and mostly recyclable, along with packaging solutions that avoid waste. We take great care to guarantee recyclability throughout our production cycle, right from the earliest design stages. Recyclability is one of the strong points of Kartell’s products: at the end of their life, all of Kartell’s products plastic components can be recycled again and again. But is there an “end of life” for a Kartell product?

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INDEX Ami Ami design Tokujin Yoshioka p. 38-39

Invisible Side design Tokujin Yoshioka p. 42-43

Max design Ferruccio Laviani p. 75

Audrey design Piero Lissoni p. 20-21

Invisible Table design Tokujin Yoshioka p. 45

One design Piero Lissoni p. 75

Bourgie design Ferruccio Laviani p. 4-42-69

Jelly design Patricia Urquiola p. 48-80-81

One More One More Please design Philippe Starck p. 18-19

Bubble Club design Philippe Starck p. 9-10-11-12-13

Jolly design Paolo Rizzatto p. 29

Optic design Patrick Jouin p. 28

Charles Ghost design Philippe Starck p. 30-31-96

La Bohème design Philippe Starck p. 80-81

Plastics design Piero Lissoni p. 28-29

Comback design Patricia Urquiola p. 46-47

La Marie design Philippe Starck p. 100-101

Plastics Duo design Piero Lissoni p. 50-51-52-53

Dolly design Antonio Citterio with Oliver Löw p. 30-31

Lizz design Piero Lissoni p. 34-35

Pop design Piero Lissoni p. 42-43-44-45-100

Dr Yes design Philippe Starck p. 14-15-16-17

Louis Ghost design Philippe Starck p. 55-59-60-61-62-63-64-65-66-67-68

Shanghai design Mario Bellini p. 48-80-81

Ero|S| design Philippe Starck p. 32-33

Mademoiselle Missoni design Philippe Starck p. 82-83-84-85

Spoon Chair design Antonio Citterio with Toan Nguyen p. 92-93

FL/Y design Ferruccio Laviani p. 58-59-60

Magic Hole design Philippe Starck with Eugeni Quitllet p. 78-79

Thalya design Patrick Jouin p. 22-23

Form design Piero Lissoni p. 94-95 Four design Ferruccio Laviani p. 93 FPE design Ron Arad p. 98-99 Frilly design Patricia Urquiola p. 40-41 Glossy design Antonio Citterio with Oliver Löw p. 74 Hi-Cut design Philippe Starck with Eugeni Quitllet p. 26-27 Honeycomb design Alberto Meda p. 97

Masters design Philippe Starck with Eugeni Quitllet p. 86-87-88-89-90-91 Matelassè design Patricia Urquiola p. 48-49 Maui design Vico Magistretti p. 70-71-72-73-74-75 Mauna-Kea design Vico Magistretti p. 26 Misses Flower Power design Philippe Starck with Eugeni Quitllet p. 66-68 Mr. Impossible design Philippe Starck with Eugeni Quitllet p. 36-37

Toobe design Ferruccio Laviani p. 28 Top Top design Philippe Starck with Eugeni Quitllet p. 16-17-38-39-54-55 Victoria Ghost design Philippe Starck p. 2-3-4-5-6-7-8 CREDITS Photo by Rui Teixeira p. 16-17-38 Photo by Samuel Kirszenbaum p. 20 Photo by Nicola Castelli p. 21-22-26-71 Photo by L. Sorrentino p. 35 Photo by Franco Ortolani p. 39-45 Photo by Fabio Gambina p. 52-53 Proyecto Contract Casaviva Spain September 2008 p. 59 Photo by Sabrina Pierantozzi p. 67 Photo by Pinar Lauridsen p. 90 Project by Teresa Sapey p. 98 © Kartell April 2014 - www.kartell.com


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