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- Composition: Polypropylene
- Dimensions: Depth: 56 cm Width: 56 cm
- Product code:58001534BC
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An original stool whose shape is as flexible in appearance as it is in function. The innovation of Spoon consists mainly in attaching the seat to a central support with a specially reinforced curve to guarantee flexibility and comfort. Furthermore, thanks to a sophisticated design solution, a gas lift pump allows stool height to be adjusted between 22 in (56 cm) and 29.9 in (76 cm), and is perfectly inserted into the stem. Spoon is at home in any environment: kitchen counters, bars and fashionable, nonconformist-style restaurants.
More about Antonio Citterio
Antonio Citterio took his diploma in architecture in 1972 and opened a practice that year in Lissone with Paolo Nava. He worked for prestigious firms such as B&B Italia, Iittala, and Kartell. He also designed office furniture for Vitra and Hermann Miller as well as numerous lamps for Ansorg, Flos, Belux, and Artemide. In 1986 he designed the "Sity" sofa for B&B Italia and, in 1990, he collaborated with the designer Glen Oliver Löw on the "Antonio Citterio Collection", a office chair for Vitra. In 1994 Antonio Citterio designed "Mobile" for Kartell. His designs are orientated toward the newest technologies and materials yet are timeless.
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.