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The new Kartell collection embraces the rooms of the house on all declinations of living: upholstered items for the living, furniture for outdoor and lamps with unique lines. All signed by international designers with whom Kartell has a consolidate partership for some time. Let's discover the new collection together.
2.0 polycarbonate, derived from cellulose and paper waste. Technopolymers and recycled fabrics. Certified FSC wood. With these materials Kartell looks to the future, so that is is sustainable, with a very well-definied goal: to reconvert all production in a green key by 2030.
Rounded shapes and soft fabrics, to spend hours relaxing in a comfortable and enveloping environment. Sofa, armchair with pouf and K-wait day-bed by Rodolfo Dordoni join the previous Lunam Collection by Patricia Urquiola and ride one of the most evident trends of last period: soft shapes and fabrics, generously padded cushions.
Next to them, the very soft K-Lim carpet, made of recycled and woven polyster, and the Thierry jewel-tables, in the new all-white or all-black version.
Designed for the living area of the house, but also for business spaces (let's imagine them in a hotel hall or in a chalet at the mountains), the new upholstered furnishings invite you to get comfortable and relaxed.
Italian style and bon ton: Philippe Stark redesigns the Eleganza chair with sinuous shapes and haute couture coverings, giving life to a discreet and refined seat for the dining room.
Available in the chair or armchair version, Eleganza also stands out for its green soul: the legs are made of recycled technopolymer and the melange covering is imade of post-industrial recycled cotton.
For those who want a more eccentric seat or, on the contrary, solid colour, Eleganza Ela and Eleganza Nia can also be chosen with Missoni fabric or in eco-leather.
Light transforms to match new ways of living and inhabiting. The new Kartell lamps redesign the lighting concept with new functions, forms and materials. In this way were born Khan and Goodnight lamps by Philippe Stark, inspired by eighteen-century imperial chandeliers, and candelabra, reinvented in a contemporary key.
Next to them, the Tea table lamp, which with its lampshape recalls the palms of the hands projecting Chinese shadows on a wall. Signed by Ferruccio Laviani, it almost looks like an abstract and material sculpture, yet it is made of plastic recycled material.
At the end, two other news: the first for the Kartell inconic lamps lovers, the second for those who had already fallen in love with the floor lamp at first sight. We are talking about the ceiling lamp Fl/y, with lampshade now in recycled methacrylate and in five new colours, and about Gee-A, which now can also be taken out for evenings in the garden.
We continue talking about the outdoors, an essential home environment for caring out moments of well-being in the open air.
The furnishing trends speak for themselves (and probably all of us had already noticed it for a while): garden, terraces and porches are becoming more and more veritable living roooms en plein air, where we want to spend as much time as possible. Not to mention when we are on vacation or short weekend getaways, where a restaurant or an hotel with a green aerea is now almost indispensable.
The Hiray and Plastics Duo Outdoor colections were born to meet these needs: the first with metal seats, sofas and tables with a retrò taste; the second with the already well-known generous paddings of the Plastics Duo sofa, now to be also placed outdoors.
Next to new collections, many other news. Common element of new creations: the use of recycled plastics and materials, which are replacing the virgin ones in the production cyles.
Kartell's goal is ambitious and responsible: to reconvert all the production in a 100% green key by 2030.
And in this sense renewals are costant: next to seats already made of eco-sustainable materials (ex: Masters chair, Bourgie lamps and Louis Ghost chairs which this year celebrate they first 20 years), new furnishings elements in recycled plastic. The highly appreciated Catwalk chairs now in the matt version, the new A.I. Stools without arms, Re-Chair seats made in partership with Illy, with plastic derived from coffee capsule production waste.