Kartell furniture's international appeal stems from the design company's ability to weld creativity and technology, glamour and functionality, and quality with innovation.
Kartell seating items and chairs are recognized throughout the world for their unmistakable character, meticulous attention to detail, and wily integration of new materials. Whether its polycarbonate chairs, polyethylene sofas, or polypropylene furniture, no other furniture manufacturer has the creative boldness to craft traditional furniture items out of revolutionary materials.
This penchant for doing things differently stands out in a number of Kartell's bestsellers- such as the Bubble Club group and the Ghost Chair series.
Collaborating with Kartell are world famous designers including Ron Arad, Ronand and Erwan Bouroullec, Anna Castelli Ferrieri, and Philippe Starck. Kartell tables and chairs, such as the Four Table crafted by Ferruccio Laviani, come in multiple finishes, sizes, and materials, giving shoppers the ability to choose what's just right for them. Kartell's designers recognize that modern furniture often means modular furniture. Together with Kartell, these designers have developed a a special intuition through dialogue and the continual exchange of design ideas. Kartell chairs and lighting created under this framework personify vivid creativity and the bold pursuit of something original.
Numerous bestsellers have had success because they exemplify the melding or established forms with technologically new materials. Many Kartell lighting products match this criteria, such as the Bourgie Lamp. This lamp takes a classic shape and fills it with batch-dyed polycarbonate. The Ghost Chair group by Phillipe Starck are another example. Other Kartell accessories are also new takes on everyday items. With some of the most iconic creations of the 20th century, Kartell continues to impress everyday while blending the lines between furniture and art.