Kartell

Kartell Air du Temps Wall Clock Gold

£125.00 £162.00

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    Air du Temps Clock Eugeni Quitllet - Lightweight is the operative word for Eugeni Quitllet’s new L’Air du Temps clock, where time passes lightly on a plastic surface.


    Material: thermoplastic technopolymer

      Size: H 30 cm, W . 21.5 cm, Depth 8 cm.


      Can be used as both a wall clock and free standing clock

        Kartell

        About the brand

        Kartell

        Kartell is a renowned Italian design brand that has established itself as a global leader in contemporary furniture and home accessories. Founded in 1949 by Giulio Castelli, the company has been at the forefront of innovative design, combining creativity, technology, and functionality to produce iconic products.

        Kartell collaborates with internationally renowned designers and architects, such as Philippe Starck, Patricia Urquiola, and Ron Arad, to create unique and timeless designs. These partnerships have led to the development of iconic pieces like the Louis Ghost Chair, the Componibili storage system, and the Masters Chair, which have become symbols of contemporary design.

        In addition to furniture, Kartell offers a wide range of home accessories, lighting fixtures, and lifestyle products. Their product portfolio encompasses a diverse array of items, from tables and chairs to lamps, vases, and kitchenware. Each product reflects Kartell's commitment to innovation, quality craftsmanship, and a distinctive aesthetic that combines simplicity, elegance, and functionality.

        Kartell's success lies not only in its innovative designs but also in its ability to merge art and industrial production. The brand's products have been exhibited in prestigious museums worldwide, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York and the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.