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KARTELL - Container

Portaombrelli

Container

KARTELL

Design by Gino Colombini

$ 180.00
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  • Composition: ABS
  • Dimensions: Height: 23.4 inches Width: 9.75 inches
  • Product code:58001542OM
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This cylindrical, injection-moulded container is glossy, colourful, easy-to-clean and indestructible. The circular umbrella stand is characterised by two lateral openings which allow the lower section to be used as a waste basket. The umbrella stand may be supplied with a stainless steel upper tray for use as an ashtray.
More about Gino Colombini
The Italian designer Gino Colombini became technical director of Kartell in 1953. Established by the chemical engineer Giulio Castelli in 1949, Kartell has always specialized in making articles of plastic, remaining to the present day a leading design firm working with this material. Kartell transforms utilitarian objects for everyday use into plastic objects notable for beauty of form. Gino Colombini's designs include a carpet beater (1957), a lemon squeezer (1958), wash basins, salad colanders, and lunch boxes. In 1959 Colombini designed a scoop with a long, upright handle so that it was no longer necessary to bend down over a dustpan and brush while cleaning. Gino Colombini was technical director at Kartell until 1960. He was awarded the Compasso d'Oro for his Kartell designs in 1955, 1957, 1958, 1959, and 1960.
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