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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 “La Marie” chair of 1999 designed by Philippe Starck represents the point of departure along the way developed by Kartell on the theme of transparent furniture.In 2002 Kartell presented its new transparent chair, again by Starck, called "Louis Ghost" which was destined to become an icon. 

“Louis Ghost”, a chic and provocative plaything, a chair in rococo style but completely transparent and with a precious look that goes well with antique furniture and classic furnishing schemes, designed to add a touch of lightness to any setting without being overwhelming.


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