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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

A.I. is the new chair in which Kartell uses recycled material, adopting a virtuous process that helps clean up the environment by reusing industrial scrap, turning it back into raw material and thereby activating a system of circular economy.

The recycled material guarantees the same quality and structural requirements of the product, reducing the emissions necessary for its production. 

Furthermore, thanks to the collaboration between Kartell, Philippe Starck and Autodesk, a leading American company in the production of 3D engineering and entertainment software "A.I." has been created combining human creativity and artificial intelligence.


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