Kartell w Ron Arad Infinity Bottle Rack

£55.20 £69.00

SKUkartell-infinity Category
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Dimensions 5.7 × 9.5 × 14.5 cm


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Kartell w Ron Arad Infinity Bottle Rack

Infinity is a colourful and curvilinear, modular bottle-holder. The elements which form the bottle-holder can be fastened together to form an indefinite number of rings inside which bottles may be stored. It is available in a practical 16-piece gift pack and may be freely composed in an endless interplay of connections. It is available in most colours: opaline, blue, yellow and orange.

Materials: polypropylene

The Designer: Ron Arad is a British-Israeli industrial designer, artist, and architectural designer. Born in Tel Aviv in 1951, educated at the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design in Jerusalem between 1971-73 and at the Architectural Association School of Architecture in London from 1974-79.[Ron Arad co-founded the design and production studio One Off in 1981 with Caroline Thorman. Ron Arad Associates architecture and design practice was formed in 1989 and in 2008 Ron Arad Architects was established alongside Ron Arad Associates, with Caroline Thorman and Asa Bruno. His brother is the violist and educator Atar Arad.

The Brand: A leading design company, founded in 1949 by Giulio Castelli and now run by Claudio Luti, Kartell is one of the symbols of Italian design around the world. A success story told through an incredible series of products – furniture, furnishings, lighting, home accessories – that have become part of the domestic landscape, not to mention actual contemporary design icons. Kartell collaborates with the most prestigious international designers. The Kartell collection is multifunctional and of broad appeal, easy to use and beautiful to behold. Colour, irony, transparency, unique shapes and a play of the senses all come together to make unique pieces:

Kartell product is immediately recognisable around the world for the emotion it generates, its durability and undisputed quality. Kartell know-how consists of pushing innovation to the limit, enabling designers to express their creativity with new technologies and materials in order to create real “industrial revolutions” within the home.