KARTELL - Accessory




Design by Andries Van Onck

$ 410.00
  • Black
Last one available
  • Composition: Steel
  • Product code:58000718WE
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$ 9.95
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$ 19.95

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This is a functional, 3-step folding stepladder with a slip-resistant finish. Tiramisù features a light supporting structure design: the curved bars offer support on the ground and the handle constitutes not only a robust support feature during use, but also a practical functional tool after use. This practical design allows Tiramisù to be mounted on the wall. The lightness of the material, the practicality of the closing mechanism, the versatile colours and formal elegance allow Tiramisù to be used with total freedom in any decorative context.
More about Andries Van Onck
Recipient of prestigious awards such as the Golden Compass and the Smau, the Dutch designer Andries Van Onck has consolidated his career over the 20th century. He often collaborates with his wife Hiroko Taneka in the creation of modern and appealing design objects of rare perfection, thanks to his expert know-how in the field of industrial design. He has participated in many international design exhibitions and some of his creations are part of the permanent collections in worldwide modern art museums in Chicago, London, and Amsterdam, as well as the Louvre in Paris. He has also published books on design.