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KARTELL - Tray

MOON CIOTOLA

Tray

KARTELL

Design by Mario Bellini

US$ 141.00
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  • Composition: PMMA - Acrylic
  • Dimensions: Height: 16.5 cm Width: 45 cm
  • Product code:58004618WU
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Moon are great translucent bowls with a 45 cm diameter looking from both inside and out like double face lunar caps. A sort of lenticular reincarnation of the Dune trays. But if the trays “bear” these bowls “contain”. And what do they contain? A great variety of things - fruit, sweets, long drinks, salads, flowers and decorative arrangements. But first and foremost they have that same magic light that DUNE has with all the colours of the rainbow, that iridescence that shimmers as you look at it. A lunar show of luminous refractions, a table centre or ornament which will always be the dynamic vortex in a room.
More about Mario Bellini
Mario Bellini graduated from the Politecnico di Milano - Faculty of architecture in Milan in 1959 and began working as an architect himself in the early Sixties. His career as a product and furniture designer began in 1963. From 1963 to 1991 he was chief design consultant for Olivetti. For many years he designed furnishing products and systems for B&B Italia and Cassina, TV sets for Brionvega, and hi-fi systems and electric organs for Yamaha. He has also designed for Fiat and Lancia, lamps for Artemide, Erco and Flos, and office furniture for Vitra.In December 2004 he was honored with the “Golden Medal” by Italian Republic President.
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