...In 1966 Anna Castelli Ferrieri planned and built a new production and administrative complex for Kartell in the southern suburbs of Milan before moving on to develop numerous successful furniture design projects for the company, the best known and most important being without question being the Componibili modular storage system from 1969...
|Product type||Closure Top|
|Dimensions||Height: 2,9 cm
Ø 42 cm
|Material||ABS plastic, glossy|
|Function & properties||Accessory for individual Componibili storage systems - suitable for small and large elements|
|Delivery includes||1 closure top
Felt Coasters sold separately
|Care||Wiping the surface with a damp cloth and a mild detergent is recommended|
|Awards & museum||Permanent collection, MoMA , New York
Centre Georges-Pompidou, Paris
Resources Council Product Design Awards Program NY 1984
|Sustainability||All Componibili products are made of high quality plastic materials which are largely recyclable and environmentally sensitive in their production and character.
UNI EN ISO 14001
"Kartell loves the planet": Kartell is committed to following a specially developed sustainability code to achieve 11 of the 17 development goals defined by the United Nations for a better future. The use of sustainable materials is already standard in the production of Kartell products. During production, the manufacturer pays equal attention to reducing the environmental impact as well as to long-lasting quality and aesthetics.
|Product family||Componibili Collection
|Product datasheet||Please click on picture for detailed information (ca. 0,1 MB).
The Componibili closure top is an accessory of the Componibili collection of storage objects produced by the Italian manufacturer Kartell. They tops on both the small and big round Componibili elements and provide, as the name suggests, closure when creating your individual system. Established by the chemist Giulio Castell in the mid 1940s, Kartell initially focussed on the production of industrial and scientific objects before slowly adding ever more household and furniture items to their portfolio. A leading role in this process was played by Giulio Castell's wife Anna Castelli Ferrieri. Following completion of her architecture studies at the Politecnico di Milano Anna Ferrieri established her own architecture practice in 1946, and in 1949 was appointed chief designer at Kartell. Created in 1969 the Componibili family with their reduced form-language quickly blossomed into true design classics. Featuring universal storage space the Componibili containers can be used throughout the house; be that as an organizational aid in the office, discrete yet practical storage in the bathroom, as a side table with storage possibility in the living room or as a bedside table.
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