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Kartell coffee tables: flamboyant and playful design

Colourful and playful, flamboyant yet elegant – virtually no two pieces of Kartell furniture are the same. The Kartell coffee tables also impress with their variety. Clear cubes stand next to glossy tabletops and delicate details create a surprising effect. The designers from the famous Italian label approach their work with a lot enjoyment and a great deal of irony. This results in furniture that unmistakably sets Kartell apart from other designer brands. A Kartell coffee table really makes a statement in your home too. Combine the tables with a simple sofa set to create an eye-catching design in your living room. Or create a colourful, extravagant retreat with other spectacular pieces of Kartell furniture.

 

Direct from the design metropolis in Milan: coffee tables by Kartell

The designs by the label have long ranked among the absolute classics for the experts in furniture design. The company was founded in 1949 by Giulio Castelli in Milan, the Italian capital of design. Together with his wife Anna Castelli Ferrieri and other international designers such as Philippe Starck they have been producing quirky collections ever since, under the brand name Kartell. The Kartell coffee tables will also delight design fans with their diverse shapes. Cubic shapes meet transparent structures and embossed patterns, resulting in fantastical yet functional furniture.

 

Playing with light: polycarbonate Kartell coffee tables

The label has become known above all for its innovative use of polycarbonate. The transparent Kartell coffee tables made from robust plastics amaze us time and again:

 
  1. La Bohême: the stool in the shape of a vase by Philippe Starck can be used as both a coffee table or a side table.
  2. Sparkle: this Kartell coffee table by Tokujin Yoshioka impresses not only with its design but also the hidden storage area underneath the removeable lid.
  3. Panier: the table by the designer duo Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec has an open structure, which creates enchanting light effects.

It is not only the play with light and transparency which makes the polycarbonate material so attractive for designers. The plastic’s other properties also make it ideal for the Kartell coffee tables. Since polycarbonate is very robust and durable, it is suitable for both indoor and outdoor living and is also easy to clean.

 

Kartell coffee tables at Made in Design : designer objects with cult status

The furniture from the Italian label has cult status in the design world. And the Kartell coffee tables are no exception. In addition to classics such as Componibili, the brand’s newer designs are also proving popular. Be it simple designs such as the storage and coffee tables from the Trays collection by Piero Lissoni or playful designs such as the intricate T-Table by Patricia Urquiola – Kartell coffee tables have something for everyone. The Gnome end tables by Philippe Starck, ironically named Attila and Napoléon, are certainly particularly eye-catching pieces. Playful design with a twist – that is the unique quality of Kartell furniture!