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- Composition: Polycarbonate
- Dimensions: Depth: 54 cm Height: 84 cm Width: 55 cm
- Product code:58001515IV
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Mr Impossible, the appropriately-named small polycarbonate armchair designed by Philippe Starck and Kartell, is a synthesis of the most refined design and the most advanced technology in the processing of plastic material. The chair was, in fact, conceived from the idea - apparently impossible - of combining two oval frames in polycarbonate without using glues. The two frames give the chair a two-colour appearance that is also three-dimensional. Snug and comfortable, and with an organic line, Mr Impossible almost seams to “float” in the air, owing to its four transparent legs and the round, hollow frame which receives the seat cushion that is available in various colours.
More about Philippe Starck
Philippe Starck, born in Paris in 1949, is one of the most prolific and original designers of this era. Winner of important acknowledgements like the Grand Prix National de la Création industrielle and the American Institute of Architects Honor Award, he defines himself as "a Japanese architect, an American set designer, a German industrial designer, a French art director, an Italian furniture designer."
More about KARTELL
Kartell reinstated a new language for the modern furniture décor scenario by mixing innovation with new materials such as plastic. Technology and the willingness to go beyond the boundaries of human vision are the values behind Kartell: brilliant signature forms and objects without limits.