Designs with Charles Ghost. Kartell

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Charles Ghost

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Its shape recalls the seats of the nineteenth century, with the line of the leg rounded and slightly wavy representative of the classic stool. Charles Ghost is made up of a unique transparent block of polycarbonate that makes it indestructible and allows it to adapt well to any place. It is available in three different heights: from the stool for an informal and occasional meeting to the stool for the bar in the kitchen or in the bar. Both indoors and outdoors, it is perfectly combined with all types of decoration and context. The wide range of transparent and opaque colors facilitates the staging of intriguing chromatic combinations.

Kartell is famous throughout the world for having invented the culture of furniture and furniture for plastic interiors. Kartell was founded in 1949 by Giulio Castelli, a chemical engineer moved by an inspiration: to create objects from plastic, a material of applications little explored until that moment. He then began a fruitful collaboration with the great designer Gino Colombini, winner of the company's first Compasso d'Oro prize in 1955. From the beginning Kartell's goal was to "brighten up the domestic landscape", becoming one of the main promoters of the plastic in the world of decoration and interior design, although in its beginnings they are more related to the manufacture of automobile accessories in 1949. It expanded into home furnishings in 1963.


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