Bubble Club Armchair

KARTELL

Bubble club armchair by Kartell. Modified batch-dyed polyethylene frame; available in many different colurs. Design Philippe Starck.

Availability: In stock

Availability: Approximately 3 weeks for production
Assembly Difficulty: No Assembling
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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, characterized 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 colors, 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.

 

 

Model and Dimensions:

-6070 BUBBLE CLUB ARMCHAIR - Width 102 x depth 75 x height 78 cm / seat height 42 cm

 

Additional Info

Design Philippe Starck
Shipping Amount No
Assembly Difficulty No Assembling
Availability Approximately 3 weeks for production
Country of manufacture Italy
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Designer

 

Philippe Starck

Born on January 18, 1949 in Paris, Philippe Starck is considered the number one of the European designers, as well as performing designing architect (he has designed numerous venues in Paris, New York and Tokyo).
Still a student at Notre Dame of Saint Croix in Neully, he creates an inflatable structure company funded by French actor Lino Ventura. In 1970 he created the "Easy Light" light system, before its editions to be edited. In 1981, the meeting with Jean-Louis Costes allowed Starck to conceive, three years after the renovation of the famous Café Costes, in Place des Innocents, in the first district of Paris. He won major awards such as the Grand Prix National de The Création Industrielle (1988) and the Honor Award of the American Institute of Architetcts in 1992 for the Paramount Hotel in New York. He holds a major teaching activity.
In 2000 she redesigned the entire collection of Emeco, the American company considered an American classic, producing the legendary Navy chair, the hand-finished aluminum hand designed for the US Navy that is found in Hollywood movies, New York's bars, In the villas of Frank Gehry.

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