La Bohème

La Bohème stools by Kartell
La Bohème stools by Kartell
La Bohème stools by Kartell
La Bohème stools by Kartell
La Bohème stools by Kartell
La Bohème stools by Kartell
La Bohème stool by Kartell - red transparent polycarbonate
La Bohème stool by Kartell - red transparent polycarbonate
La Bohème stools by Kartell - colour samples

La Bohème

La Bohème fixed stool by Kartell in two models and in transparent coloured polycarbonate.
€141.00

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Description

La Bohème fixed stool by Kartell is realized in transparent coloured polycarbonate and is available in two models. The main characteristic is its precious shape reminding an amphora. Both the models recall a different vase icon by maintaining a delicate and precious image and guaranteeing a stable and functional seat. Thanks to the use of an exclusive technology, introduced for the first time in the design field by Kartell, it has been possible to obtain completely transparent stools with a high aesthetic impact. The La Bohème stools collection also includes a vases collection with the same shapes and finishes. La Bohème Models Models and Measures - 8882: cm Ø 34 x h.46 - 8883: cm Ø 33 x h.46 Structure Finish - transparent polycarbonate: crystal, yellow, green bottle, violet, red Philippe StarckPhilippe Starck Philippe Starck (Paris, 1949) is considered the king Midas of design. At the age of 20 he became Pierre Cardin art director and at the age of 30 founded his first company, Starck Production. His creations are linked by the same common thread: the desire to approach design to the general public by going beyond the concept of "elite". Among his most renowned architectonic works we can find design hotels in Miami, London, New York and Tokyo. He also designed the interior for the private apartments of Mitterrand in Paris. On the design field he collaborates with Flos, Kartell, Driade, Cassina and Alessi for whom, in 1991, he realized the Juicy Salif juicer that has become a popular cult item. At present he lives in Paris where he works as professor at the Ecole Nationale des Arts Décoratifs.

Manufacturer

Kartell is an Italian company established in 1949 by Giulio Castelli, a chemical engineer who started by producing plastic objects and furniture with the clear goal of bringing its products in all the houses of the world. His will has been supported by a series of researches and tests on how to correctly mould this kind of material, which is nowadays the trademark of the company. Kartell collection includes chairs, dining and coffee tables, storage units and accessories: practical and convenient products with a highly aesthetic and iconic look that can furnish almost by themselves the space around

 

Kartell is one of the best example of Made in Italy design, since the 70s some original pieces by Gae Aulenti, Magistretti and Sottsass are displayed at New York MoMA museum. Among the most famous pieces we would like to mention Bookworm bookcase by Ron Arad, Louis Ghost transparent chair by Philippe Starck, Bourgie lamp, Componibili storage system and Gnomo stool. Present in 96 countries worldwide, this firm won several prizes including 9 Compassi d'Oro (Golden Compass). Kartell collaborates with internationally renowned designers such as Ron Arad, Piero Lissoni, Enzo Mari, Philippe Starck, Tokujin Yoshioka, Konstantin Grcic and Bouroullec brothers.

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Additional Information

Number of Packages
1
Weight
2 kg
Cubic Metres
0,059 m³
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Designer

Philippe StarckPhilippe Starck (Paris, 1949)
Philippe Starck is considered the king Midas of design. At the age of 20 he became Pierre Cardin art director and at the age of 30 gounded his first company, Starck Production. His creations are linked by the same common thread: the desire to approach design to the general public by going beyond the concept of "elite". Among his most renowned architectonic works, we can find design hotels in Miami, London, New York and Tokyo. He also designed the interior for the private apartments of Mitterand in Paris.
On the design field he collaborates with Flos, Kartell, Driade, Cassina and Alessi for whom, in 1991, he designed Juicy Salif juicer, now a popular cult item. At present he lives in Paris, where he works as a professor at Ecole Nationale des Arts Décoratifs.


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