Outdoor Week 20 % off
Our terraces, balconies, gardens will be the safest place for us to relax, have fun and meeting with our friends.
Most Kartell products can also be used outdoors. Every one can find their desired piece and enjoy the unique atmosphere of summer experiences. From Monday 25 May until Sunday 31 May you can buy the outdoor collection and other products with a 20% discount.
People want to spend time outdoors, enjoying their garden or terraces. Kartell’s outdoor offering awaits in store with a host of solutions for outdoor settings of any size. Among the many projects, mention must be made of the Be Bop, Cara and Smatrik armchairs, the Pop sofa, and some of the latest lights: Big Battery, Lantern and Space to set up your outdoor experience in a variety of shapes.
The armchair by Ludovica + Roberto Palomba features extraordinarily ergonomic lines, with a generous curved seat to ensure maximum comfort. Be bop is available in black, white and
The small armchair and the stool are part of the seating family created by Tokujin Yoshioka. An innovative injection moulding technoogy allows the simulation of a metallic mesh.
Available in various colour/frame combinations - white/white, black/black, plum/plum for the armchair and white/white, black/black for the stool.
In Philippe Starck‘s Cara chair, classically rigorous lines surround a comfortable seat. The frame is available in ivory, pale green, rust and black, and the cushions are designed for outdoor use, in a range of striped patterns.
Pop is the first modular sofa „repeatable to infinity“. Easy to dismantle, made with industrial technology. The big, soft goose-feather cushions are available with different types of upholstery, now also in new versions designed specifically for outdoor use, with improved resistance to fading due to sunlight and the weather in general.
Even lighting goes outdoors.
Is the maxi version of the lampshade created by Ferruccio Laviani, dimmable and 100% rechargeable, it has an autonomy of 8 hours.
SPACE by Adam Tihany evokes the shapes of the Space Needle, the tower that made the Seattle skyline famous.
An original lamp, designed by Fabio Novembre, is a portable LED lamp, a transparent, injection-moulded “rechargeable lantern” that charges up on a conductive base.