Welcome Coupon! Save 7% on many products.

Ghost Buster


Ghost Buster commode by Kartell, transparent or modified batch-dyed PMMA (polymehylmethacrylate) frame, available in four different colours. Design Philippe Starck.

Availability: In stock

* Required Fields

Availability: Approximately 3 weeks for production
Assembly Difficulty: No Assembling
(Unit price)
-7% OFF
Your first order
Enter the coupon code PRIMO

Welcome discount -7% Off
on many products

Worldwide shipping and free shipping in Italy over 400 €.

Split payments available for order over 500€

Delivery services to the floor and assembly available throughout Italy


The Kartell catalogue adds yet another piece to its furniture collection, the commode. Starck has taken a new look at it and the Kartell-style commode evokes the lines of classic furniture but with a contemporary accent in Its transparency and plastic. Corners and curves, straight lines and sinuous lines play over its surfaces and spark an intriguing game of eye-catching perspectives and reflections.
Ghost Buster with three open frontal shelves and sitting on four bifacial legs is the largest plastic monobloc ever made yet in the world of furnishings – just another successful demonstration of Kartell’s determination to break down all the barriers of technical challenge.




Model and Dimensions

- 3210 GHOST BUSTER transparent or modified batch-dyed PMMA (polymehylmethacrylate) frame.

width 68 x depth 42 x height 80 cm


Additional Info

Country of manufacture Italy
Availability Approximately 3 weeks for production
Assembly Difficulty No Assembling
Shipping Amount No
Size 68 × 42 × 80 cm
Package number 1
Weight 20.2 kg
Volume 0.38 mc
Design Philippe Starck
More details



Philippe Starck & Eugeni Quitllet

Born on 18 January 1949 in Paris, PHILIPPE STARCK is considered to be one of the European designers, as well as carrying out activities as an architect in designing.
In the 1970s 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. EUGENI QUITLLET was born in Ibiza in 1972, where he studied design at the institute of art. In 1996, after graduating in design and interior architecture at the La Llotja Art School in Barcelona, ​​her professional life started with the care of cultural institutions such as the Joan Mirò Foundation. He also created ephemeral objects and spaces during the Design Biennale "Primavera Del Disseny" (1997,1999,2001). In 2001 he met Philippe Starck in Formentera, and a strong collaboration began soon. Together they sign a number of projects designed to mark the history of design. He lives and works in Paris.

Information request

Contact us at +39 0587 420014 or fill out the form for information and clarifications on the product or to request advice from an expert.


Contact Information

* Required Fields