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Gino Colombini - Lemon squeezer KS 1481
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Marco Zanuso, Richard Sapper - Children's chair K 1340 (later 4999)
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Joe Colombo - Chair "Universale" 4867
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Anna Castelli Ferrieri - "Componibili"  modular units
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Philippe Starck - Chair "Dr. Glob"
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Philippe Starck - Sofa "Bubble Club"
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Philippe Starck - Chair "Louis Ghost"
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Ferruccio Laviani - Lamp "Bourgie"
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Philippe Starck - Chair "Masters"
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Philippe Starck - "K/wood" armchair
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Philippe Starck - Chair "A.I."
Gino Colombini - Lemon squeezer KS 1481
Marco Zanuso, Richard Sapper - Children's chair K 1340 (later 4999)
Joe Colombo - Chair "Universale" 4867
Anna Castelli Ferrieri - "Componibili"  modular units
Philippe Starck - Chair "Dr. Glob"
Philippe Starck - Sofa "Bubble Club"
Philippe Starck - Chair "Louis Ghost"
Ferruccio Laviani - Lamp "Bourgie"
Philippe Starck - Chair "Masters"
Philippe Starck - "K/wood" armchair
Philippe Starck - Chair "A.I."

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Description

The first piece of Kartell furniture produced by the Habitat Division was the "K 1340" (later "K 4999") children's chair designed by Marco Zanuso and Richard Sapper in 1964. Made of an innovative material, it was designed to be used as both a chair and a toy. Its simple stacking system (the legs of one chair were inserted into the back of another) made tidying up fun. 

The chair was a huge success, winning the Compasso d’Oro and the Medaglia d'Oro at the Triennale di Milano, and is part of the permanent collection at the MoMA in New York.


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