4875 - Bartoli Chair, Set of 2
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Design by Carlo Bartoli, 1974.
Made in Italy by Kartell.
Kartell's classic 4875 Bartoli Chair features a single body of seat and backrest. The cylindrical legs are molded separately and fastened snugly into sockets. The base of the seat has a double-perimeter structure: the internal structure and cross element firmly connect the four cylindrical legs and the three external side flaps strengthen the surface of the seat. The gentle concave curve of the backrest and the two lateral flaps satisfy ergonomic needs while making the chair even more solid. Sold as a Set of 2. Available in Opaque White or Black.
Shown in the design collection of the National Arts Museum, Centre Pompidou in Paris.
To simplify the recycling process, the various components of Kartell products can be easily separated and reduced to elements made of one single material. Moreover, the plastic parts of each product have a clearly printed universal Recycling Identification Mark.
Notes: Suitable for outdoor use. Assembly required.
Material(s): Polypropylene, Polymer
- Overall: 17.25"W X 19"D 28"H
- Seat Height: 17"H
- Weight: 5.5 lbs.
Model(s): KRT-4875 4875
Born in Milan, 1931.
Carlo Bartoli began his career as an architect in Milan after receiving his degree from the Polytechnic. His main interests lie in interior and industrial design and lately have broadened to architectural and environmental conservation. Carlo Bartoli has taught at the Advanced Institutes of Industrial Design in Florence and in Rome and at the Polytechnic Schools of Milan and Turin.
Carlo Bartoli has been invited to show his works in Italy and abroad: at the Triennale in Milano, at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, at the Stadt Museum in Köln, at the Museum of Contemporary Crafts and the Museum of Modern Arts in New York, as well as in Prague, Turin, Kyoto, Hong Kong, Athens and Buenos Aires. His "Gaia" armchair by Arflex is part of the permanent collection at the MOMA in New York and the permanent Italian design collection of the Milano Triennale. The "4875" chair by Kartell is shown in the design collection of the National Arts Museum, Centre Pompidou in Paris. The "Breeze" armchair for Segis - awarded the I.D. Design Distinction Award, Apex Product Design Award, Red Dot and IF Award for Good Industrial Design - was portrayed on Italian stamps featuring the Masters of Italian Design and is part of the Vitra Design Museum collection.
Kartell works with renowned designers such as Ron Arad, Antonio Citterio, Michele De Lucchi, Ferruccio Laviani, Piero Lissoni, patricia Urquiola, Vico Magistretti, Enzo Mari, Alberto Meda, Paolo Rizzatto and Philippe Starck, who all appreciate the wealth of knowledge that Kartell has about plastics technology and the innovative ways in which it can be effectively applied to items for modern living.
Kartell has over fifty years of experience in designing classic furniture from plastics which has made the company famous in the history of Italian and international design.
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