Der stapelbare Kartell Charles Ghost 46 aus Polykarbonat - ein zarter Hingucker drinnen und draußen. mehr…
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- Order number: KA-1019-CH-glasklar
- Open text field 1: <p>Ø Basis: 39cm; Ø Sitz: 26,5cm; H: 46cm</p>
- Open text field 2: <p>Transparentes oder durchgefärbtes Polycarbonat</p>
Ø Basis: 39cm; Ø Sitz: 26,5cm; H: 46cm
Transparentes oder durchgefärbtes Polycarbonat
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Since 1949, the name Kartell has been known for its innovative furniture and high-quality plastic furniture. Giulio Castelli, who initially brought mainly household appliances conceptualized by Gino Colombini onto the market, founded the Milan label. Today the Italian furniture manufacturer is known for extravagant furniture and lamp creations such as the Kartell Bourgie Table Lamp or the Bubble Club Sofa; the stackable Kartell Louis Ghost Armchair is particularly popular and represents just one example of functional design objects made by Kartell.
Since its inception, characteristic Kartell design is focused on creations made of plastic, which are based on unusual design ideas for everyday use. With innovative production methods and new forms of material, the label exercised massive influence on the plastic trend, which dominated furniture and interior design in the 60s and 70s.
Many renowned designers were involved in creating the collections and product lines of the Milan furniture manufacturer, including Vico Magistretti, Philippe Starck and Ron Arad; innovative Kartell creations like the Bubble Club Sofa have already received numerous awards and have been presented at exhibitions around the world. Kartell also runs its own museum since 1999 in Milan. Meanwhile, other materials such as wood, steel or aluminium are used in the production of Kartell furniture; the emphasis is, however, still on high-quality designer furniture and lighting made of plastic.
Kartell Fly, Kartell Masters and Componibili: this is modern living in Italy. Today, Kartell is mainly known for its innovative residential and office series. This includes among others the Kartell Componibili series, which presents a selection of storage and organization systems. Here, individual modular pieces are combined individually as desired and are distinguished by unique design based on round shapes.
Even in the field of lighting, the Italian label has long made a name for itself. Models such as the Kartell Fly Pendant Lamp or Kartell Bourgie Table Lamp impress with their clear and gentle shapes. Other highlights in the Kartell collection include chairs such as the Louis Ghost and the Kartell Masters Chair designed by Philippe Starck, who uses an unusual bar construction inspired by the creations of Arne Jacobsen, Eero Saarinen and Charles Eames.
Im Rahmen der Serie „Ghost“ für Kartell entwarf Phillipe Starck auch den Hocker Charles Ghost 46. Die Inspiration lieferten die Sitzmöbel des 19. Jahrhunderts und deren abgerundete, geschwungene Beinlinie.
Der Charles Ghost 46 wird in einem Stück aus transparentem Polycarbonat gegossen. Dadurch erreicht dieser Hocker eine extreme Stoßfestigkeit und ist mit seiner Witterungsbeständigkeit in vielen Bereichen jederzeit einsatzbereit. Durch sein schlichtes Design fügt sich der Charles Ghost 46 wie selbstverständlich in die unterschiedlichsten Umgebungen ein. Die transparente Ausführung in sechs verschiedenen Farbtönen lässt ihn nahezu unsichtbar erscheinen und mit den drei blickdichten Modellen sind die spannendsten Farbkombinationen möglich.
Wenn man Charles Ghost 46 nicht mehr braucht, ist er schnell unter dem Tisch oder bis zu siebenfach aufeinander gestapelt in der Ecke verstaut.