Thursday, April 30, 2009

"I Saloni" The fabulous world of Kartell

Kartell Art Director Ferruccio Laviani created the most irreverent, extraordinary and fun installation
at "I Saloni".
A Sumo wrestler is crashing into "Misses Flower Power" vases for outdoor by Starck and Quitlet, in a new version, made of more precious material than last production.
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"Panier" by Bouroullec brothers in an Indian installation
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Ghost Buster...the line Ghost this year has added a bed side table and a chest of drawers with classic form
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The famous Lou Lou Ghost for kids needed also to be at the Furniture Fair 2009
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"Masters" by Starck and Quitlet (who continue to design for Kartell) is a new chair which evokes the lines of three masterpieces: "Serie 7" by Jacobsen, "Tulip" by Saarinen and "Eiffel" by Eames, hence the name.
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"Fleur di Novembre" by Fabio Novembre, a new cooperation
between Kartell and the Italian designer.  The table will be produced in a few months.
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"Frilly Stool" by Patricia Urquiola in a spectacular installation by Laviani with a series of whirling dervishes.
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Transparencies, colours, creativity, fun!

Photography by Ingrid Taro
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4 comments:

STEPHANIE CLAYTON said...

Kartell has such clever and cool items! I love my Bourgie lamp and Louis Ghost chair.

I'll have to check out the new Ghost bedside tables...and what's this about a chest of drawers? I can't wait to see that!

qerat said...

amazing sets
Thanks Alabrosa for all the reports about Milan

Michelle said...

Thanks for the wrap-up Albarosa; I've enjoyed your reports on the furniture show :)

Meade Design Group said...

This installation was so much fun - Love the new Kartell pieces.

 
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