During iSaloni 2017, from the 4th to 9th April, Kartell was showcasing its new ContamiNation Collection. It was exhibited a whole new set of exquisite design pieces, which range from furniture to lighting, during the entire week, in various location throughout Milan. This article will provide the most accurate information, regarding the events.
Kartell has transformed its Milanese flagship boutique into a spatial tribute, to Componibili. To celebrate 50 years of Componibili, Kartell held a special exhibition event, called “The Design Towers” – that represents the mesmerizing history off this incredible product, created by Anna Castelli Ferrieri. Right from the outset, it has been one of the brand’s best and longest selling products.
The department store, La Rinascente, is celebrating Componibili’s 50th birthday with a special display in its Design Supermarket.
On the footwear floor, visitors will find the pop-up store with collections created through the partnership between Kartell and Paula Cademartori and N°21.
In the occasion of the Salone del Mobile, Milano, Paula Cademartori has personalized Philippe Starck’s iconic Madame Armchair with a multi-colored Magic Print. The special edition Madame Paula chair will be featured at Paula Cademartori’s Pop-Up Store, designed by the well-known architect Ferruccio Laviani and inaugurated in Piazza San Babila/Galleria del Toro, Milan.
At the heart of the exhibition, Kartell featured 15 signature pieces as a special tribute that takes a personal look at the iconic object, which were created in close collaboration with Ron Arad, Mario Bellini, Antonio Citterio, Ferruccio Laviani, Piero Lissoni, Alberto Meda, Alessandro Mendini, Nendo, Fabio Novembre, Philippe Starck, Patricia Urquiola, Tokujin Yoshioka and brands like Emilio Pucci and Missoni, as well as a Disney special edition.
Kartell celebrated the 20th anniversary of the SaloneSatellite with a special Candy Candle lamp created by Patrick Jouin, displayed at the “Collezione SaloneSatellite 20 Anni”. This special edition of pieces, created for the occasion, by a selection of international designers who launched their careers at the SaloneSatellite.
Kartell and Triennale Design Museum continue their mission of promoting the design culture. In the occasion of the 10th edition of the Triennale Design Museum, Kartell has created a special edition of one of its icons: Philippe Starck’s Attila in an extra-large version, measuring 180 cm tall. Also, the new museum will host some historic pieces from Kartell Museo as well as more recent items from the Kartell Kids line, like the H-Horse rocking horse and the Smile stools designed by Nendo.
Find out more information at Kartell’s website.
Images Credits: Kartell
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