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If we asked you to name one exhibitor that you would love to see, KARTELL is for sure one of your possible answers, isn’t? With that in mind Milan Design Agenda, give you today what were Kartell’s exclusive moments at Milan Design Week 2015! Between Alessandro Mendini first collection and Philippe Starck Aunts & Uncles collection…you have an opportunity to see Patricia Urquiola, Ferruccio Laviani and others. Without further delays…Enjoy it
Kartell at Milan Design Week 2015- 14th April
Philippe Starck introduces an extension of the family Aunts & Uncles with the new table Sir Gio. Recognizable the stylistic trait of the designer in the dynamics of the table based on breeds, strictly transparent polycarbonate.
Piero Lissoni signature armchair Piuma, one of the boldest and most revolutionary products in the evolution of technologies and materials used by Kartell.
Kartell at Milan Design Week 2015- 15th April
Ettore Sottsass relives in his extraordinary creativity thanks to some new projects signed for Kartell in 2004 and never produced.
Antonio Citterio signing a family of tables, Multiple. The specificities of the project is that you can create tables to look completely different depending on the color or pattern of the floor.
Patricia Urquiola signing a new library, Dewey Bookshelf, articulated in different materials depending on the function. The plastic material in this case is punctuated by wooden shelves that segment the horizontal products focusing on jewel box featuring an original working pipe rounded and swollen.
Kartell at Milan Design Week 2015- 16th April
Mario Bellini presents Braque, a coffee-table from the soul abstract that challenge the plasticity of his subject. Like a pictorial object, the individual fragments virtually broken surface are recomposed in a compact manner in a coffee table made in a single mold.
Ferruccio Laviani signing the floor lamp Kabuki. Seductive actress in lace dress with soft curves and look neo-baroque, Kabuki is a lamp made of injected polymer thermoplastic dyed.
This year for the first time Kartell cooperates with Alessandro Mendini signing two projects: a stool injection, Roy, characteristic for typical patterns of ethnic inspiration over the entire surface and orogolio Wall Crystal Palace, also clear reflection unmistakable aesthetics of the Master.
Kartell at Milan Design Week 2015- 16th April
Tokujin Yoshioka signs his first lighting design for Kartell. Planet is a sphere that lives of refractions, in a complex game of facets and reflections. The lamp will be presented in two versions table, one with a stem and support her, and in a suspended version.
Kartell is partner of Palazzo Reale in Milan for the biggest and rich exhibition ever organized in Italy of Leonardo da Vinci.
In the year dedicated to lighting, Ferruccio Laviani presents the colored version of Battery, revolutionary lampshades.
Kartell at Milan Design Week 2015- 17th April
The first collection of fragrances for the environment of Kartell, launched the world premiere, in January 2015, at Maison et Objet in Paris is revived at the isaloni.
The collection of bathroom furniture grows and competes with a number of brand new accessories, strictly in plastic material. From black to metallic finishes.
Collection kartell soft tissue is renewed with new lines, in a clever mix of classic and contemporary. Solid colors, houndstooth, floral patterns are declined on sofas and chairs, brand new sofa signed by Piero Lissoni to new textures for models already in the catalog.
After the great success last year with the return on the market of the collection in Table Kartell, one of its main protagonists, the line Jellies Family by Patricia Urquiola, is completed with a series of tea, coffee, trays and flutes.
Now, that Milan Design Week 2015 it’s over, Milan Design Agenda will keep you updated of Expo 2015 Milan news!
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