These trays include images that wiggle and move around in various patterns.
Comparable to the swells of the ocean, the undulations of a desert, or the iridescent sheen of silk.
Kartell, founded by Giulio Castelli in 1949, is credited with pioneering the iconic style that has come to represent the "Made in Italy" mark worldwide.
Kartell pioneered the use of polycarbonate in the manufacturing of home furnishings in 1999, following years of study and a groundbreaking breakthrough.
The end-product was La Marie, an entirely see-through chair with a modern, minimalist form that inspired Kartell's best-selling Louis Ghost.
Kartell is the same as it has always been, but with lots of new ideas, the motivation to keep innovating like we have in the past, and the confidence to grow our business by taking risks.
Kartell stands for elegance because it is what the company is known for. This core principle is what motivates the elite design team at Kartell to consistently produce cutting-edge products that successfully combine form and function.
In the 1930s Spindizzies or Tether Cars were miniature racecars built by hobbyists which drove around banked wooden tracks at speeds approaching 150 miles per hour. Incredibly detailed and aerodynamic,...
Technically skilled enthusiasts of the 1930s loved to race the legendary B.B. Korn cars around the club tracks. Called tether cars or spindizzies, they reached incredible speeds, and inspired thousands...