From furniture protagonists such as armchairs, tables and chairs to accessories such as lamps, rugs and vases... Kartell's latest collection brings together the most prestigious designers to add beauty and high quality to the day-to-day spaces.

Kartell has always been a creative workshop in which designers are asked to conceive industrial products. In parallel, they are now being tasked with adopting the same approach and applying the same experience to expanding the Kartell product range and creating products made from different materials and destined for different uses, indoors and out. Kartell means everything from single articles like lamps, mirrors, trays and chairs produced using the latest moulds to complete living zone arrangements with rugs and lamps alongside sofas and armchairs.

The creativity of our designers is what turns a concept into a finished product, or into a family of products covering a whole range of lounge furnishings. The project is transformed into an industrial product and the culture of the product and the brand becomes a style of living. My Kartell is an approach to life based on beauty and quality as the strategic cornerstones of a business philosophy that draws on the past while looking to the future.

My Kartell identifies the sense of belonging felt by everybody in our company, by all our customers, and by all those who identify with our products and our design strategy.

New Products

My royal style

Exquisite embroidery, reminiscent of the past but becoming a discreet and intimate design object, like family tea time. TEATIME is Philippe Starck’s new tray, which draws its inspiration from crochet patterns. The central decoration is created with an extremely precise and high-tech moulding technique that allows for a particularly detailed result. The tray is made of PMMA, a new sustainable recycled material, and is available in gold, bronze, chrome and pink.

Philippe Starck’s KHAN chandelier is a meeting of styles, from eighteenth-century eclecticism to contemporary minimalism, which succeeds in creating a new stylistic expression of elegance and modernity through the technological innovation of the new polycarbonate 2.0. In addition to the transparent black and bronze, available in glossy and matt finishes, KHAN arrives in the new glossy champagne version.

My life in colour

Endless colour, which experiments with new shapes and dimensions. The family of “jewel” tables is expanded with THIERRY XXL, designed for the dining room in oval and round versions, completing the series of THIERRY BISTROT tables, designed for lounge bar settings. The collection’s elegant yet cosy vibe plays on a lively range of colours, including grey, burgundy and white options. A passe-partout furnishing solution for a variety of occasions, featuring metal legs and vibrantly coloured glass tops like precious stones in burgundy, grey, white and black.

My new dress

The final version of ELEGANZA MISSONI is here, with the Philippe Stark for Kartell chairs in collaboration with the fashion brand, in the two versions NIA and ELA. The jacquard fabrics retain the strong geometric motifs characteristic of the brand, in three fabric patterns, but with a specific version for furnishings. A stylish and refined outfit for a chair with a technological and green soul: the structure is made with the illycaffè capsule recycling system presented last year, with the new addition of the terracotta colour to the black version.

Characterful prints, bringing new life to a product for fresh furnishing solutions, enhancing the possibility of personalising spaces. The Rubelli Quatrefoil® fabrics designed by Luke Edward Hall give new and unexpected finishes to the CLAP chairs by Patricia Urquiola and MADEMOISELLE and MADAME by Philippe Starck with their original patterns with interlocking geometric footprints, inspired by the designs found on carpets.

GLOSSY, the family of tables by Antonio Citterio, designed for both the living room and the office, expands its range of combinations in square, oval and round versions. The top is available in the new Nature Tundra and greenmarble effect finishes. The same nuances extend the options available for the top of FOUR, the functional and refined table designed by Ferruccio Laviani, which also offers versions with veins in shades of white and black.

Be my light

The TEA lamp, on the other hand, expands its family and is now available in the APPLIQUE version in four finishes: anthracite, white, terracotta and dove grey.

A light that is abundantly welcomed, reflected and given to the surrounding environment. The final version of ANGELO STONE, Philippe Starck’s lamp that revolutionises the light bulb/shade layout, is arriving in the stores: the source is not from above but from an LED positioned on the stem that illuminates the cap, the starting point of a play of reflections created by high-tech lenses. Thanks to the one-piece moulded lampshade made of a polycarbonate boasting “green” credentials, the light is reflected even more evenly. ANGELO STONE is available in table and floor versions and in three finishes: champagne, copper and titanium.

Living my style

By Patricia Urquiola, the new PARAYS rugs are designed for colourful and cosy living, with a curly fabric in perfect harmony with the soft bouclé or mélange fabrics of the upholstery. The designer explores the possibilities of layering and overlapping different colour tones for this carpet collection. The overlaps follow a curved, soft and sinuous line, giving the carpet a greater sense of movement. Parays’ personality lends individuality to any space through a combination of simple shapes and the illusion and dynamism generated by the variety of colours. Parays is designed in two different sizes (1x3 m, 2x3 m), which in turn are available in two different colours. Both sizes have rounded contours, giving the collection a unique character. The pattern is based on hatching in green and blue tones or in the warmer shades of pink, orange, purple and yellow.

LUNAM, the collection taking its inspiration from dreamy lunar landscapes, is dressed in new curly fabrics in white, pink, orange, petrol and acid yellow, which bring out the softness of the fibre while enhancing the pleasant textural effect of the seat.

My timeless elegance

The K-WAIT upholstered furniture collection by Rodolfo Dordoni, which plays on the contrast between the formal simplicity of the severe volumes and the soft, rounded lines, presents two new items this year: the swivel version of the armchair and the K-LIM carpet in recycled and recyclable PET in grey and almond fringes in the new round shape. To increase the chances of success in creating surprises and offering new excitement to both residential and contract interiors, the family is joined by new “Texture” fabrics that upholster the sofas and armchairs with a discreet and elegant charm, in shades of burgundy, green, brown, grey and light blue, all certified for contract use. The set is completed by the light refractions from the K-LUX floor lamp created by the thicknesses, moulded by specially formed, bi-injected plastic and the two-coloured shade that is white inside and coloured outside. The lamp comes in six colour variants achieved by combining grey or black stands with smoke, green or straw yellow shades.

My breath en plein air

The HIRAY line by Ludovica+Roberto Palomba increases its ability to create refined and sophisticated outdoor settings. The collection is made using a welded wire technique, the result is an understated, functionalist design that is at the same time steeped in emotion. In Kartell’s collections, the use of metal crafted with industrial techniques typical of the brand’s DNA is part of the research initiated by the company several years ago on the use of sustainable materials, which can be recycled if properly disposed of.

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