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Kartell chairs – a design masterpiece

Multifunctional furniture made from polycarbonate, a playful interaction of shape and colour, enriched with a touch of irony – the discourse is, of course, from the Italian design label Kartell. With a Kartell chair, you always get a statement piece with a truly memorable design. Famous designers, such as Philippe Starck and Patricia Urquiola, are responsible for the unmistakable designs.

A chair made from transparent plastic or a swivel chair in an organic egg shape – the imagination of the designers knows no bounds! The company has been creating more and more cult design objects since it was founded in 1949 in Milan. Winners of numerous prestigious design awards, the expressive Kartell chairs enrich our dining rooms, studies and offices.

 

Perhaps the best-known Kartell chair: Louis Ghost

The bestseller from Kartell is simple but brilliant! Star designer Philippe Starck modelled the chair on the style of Louis XVI, bringing it into the modern era in a breathtaking way. The designer portrays the magnificent antique armchair in its basic shape, in transparent plastic. The polycarbonate material has a number of benefits:

 
  1. Strong and durable
  2. Suitable for indoor and outdoor spaces
  3. Easy to clean

The chair would turn heads at any table – whether in a green, yellow, grey or blue colour. The Louis Ghost Kartell armchair is perfectly complemented by the Victoria Ghost Kartell chair, a more slender version without armrests. All furniture pieces from the Ghost collection fit harmoniously into both modern and traditionally designed living spaces.

 

The Kartell chairs Miss Less, Madame and Eros – Philippe Starck for Kartell

The fruitful collaboration between the French designer Philippe Starck and Kartell has resulted in more and more new, spectacular designs. The Madame armchair consists of a base frame made of polycarbonate and a padded seat which is always being redesigned as part of the collaboration. With references to Missoni and Moschino, this Kartell armchair becomes the ultimate design object!

The latest trick: the Miss Less Kartell chair. The chair looks like a work of art. The designer took the chair back to its basic shapes in his design: a seat and a backrest. The radical design delights with its square base, rising up like a monolith, and its thin, transparent backrest.

 

Every Kartell chair is a cult object

It’s not just Philippe Starck who designs for Kartell. Pieces from other designers also combine innovative design, comfort and humour. Whether it’s the stackable chairs, Audrey by Piero Lissoni and Nihau by Vico Magistretti, or the Comeback Kartell chair by Patricia Urquiola – the designs combine laid-back elegance with unusual shape. Upgrade your dining table, desk or conference table with these unmistakable chairs from the Italian label.