Références

Produit:
Bubble Club
Famille:
Bubble Club
Fabricant:
Kartell
Designer:
Philippe Starck
ID d'Architonic:
1146440
Pays:
Italie
Groupes:
Garden lounge-Fauteuils de jardin

Famille de produit

Caractéristiques

A veritable icon made by Kartell, the mass-tinted polypropylene Bubble Club sofa was a pioneer of a new concept in furniture accessories: the industrial sofa made entirely of plastic. Technology and research made it possible for Kartell to mass produce what was traditionally handmade. Bubble Club is a roomy two-seater sofa, characterised by the soft line of its armrests, in contrast with the more rational lines of the backrest. This is a minimalist silhouette, reminiscent of the lines
of “granny’s sofa". Along with the armchair and the small table, produced with the same finish and colours, Bubble Club is now a complete family, nothing less than an “industrial living-room”. Thanks to their exceptional weather resistance, all three members of the Bubble Club family can survive perfectly outdoors and are ideal for furnishing gardens, pool sides and patios.

Compasso D'Oro 2001 Award

Material
Smooth batch-dyed polyethylene

Histoires liées

Going Public

Brand story

Simon Keane-Cowell

06.01.2014

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Plastic - the mouldable material of modern chairs

Susanne Fritz

17.02.2012

In the visual arts the term 'plastic' is used for any form of creation involving a medium that can be sculpted or moulded, but it is also the term for a type of material that revolutionised the twentieth century. Using a number of plastic chairs as

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