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KARTELL - Container

Portariviste

Container

KARTELL

Design by Giotto Stoppino

$ 190.00
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  • Composition: PMMA - Acrylic, ABS
  • Dimensions: Depth: 15.6 inches Height: 13.46 inches Width: 7.22 inches
  • Product code:58000393AA
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This is a 4-pocket magazine rack with a central handle for easy lifting. The shape is essential and decidedly practical. It is a beautiful object which can fit into any setting. This is a classic of Italian design, an article that is part of Kartell history and which, in addition to the original version, is also offered in novel colours and original finishes.
More about Giotto Stoppino
After studying Architecture in Milan and Venice, in 1953 Giotto Stoppino founded the studio Architetti Associati in Novara along with Vittorio Gregotti and Lodovico Meneghetti, before relocating to Milan ten years later. Stoppino has had his own office in the Lombard capital since 1968, becoming one of the most prominent names in architecture, design, and interior decoration. Two of his projects were featured in New York's MoMa 1972 exhibition "Italy: The New Domestic Landscape", and in 1984 his products and projects were selected as part of the Tokyo exhibition "Design Furniture from Italy" . Since 1963, he has maintained the position of Visiting Lecturer at the Italian Studies Center of Oregon University in Pavia, teaching the History of Architecture. In 1988 he taught a course in the Technology of Materials at Palermo University's Architecture Department. He was awarded the Golden Compass prize in 1979, the Gold Medal Bio 9 of Lubiana in 1981, and the Product Design Award from New York's Institute of Business Design in 1981.