The Ghost Buster nightstand H 57 cm is a piece of furniture that embodies the typical style of brand Kartell, a company that generally goes for modern and essential lines. Boxy, angular and simple in its structure, this Kartell nightstand features a rather obvious feature in that it’s completely see-through. This is not the first time that this brand uses see-through features in its creations, as these products give off an appealing and distinctly contemporary vibe. Although it is a basic and essential item, the Ghost Buster nightstand H 57 cm has a very luxurious and refined essence, fully satisfying even the most demanding interior design needs. This lovely nightstand is perfect next to a bed, but can also be used as a classic table in different living areas. The versatility in possible combinations is really a great feature for this piece of furniture. Surely the piece in question is modern and therefore a good choice for environments in a contemporary style, yet its great simplicity will give you excellent results even in more traditional, more formal environments. This creation comes from famous designer and Kartell collaborator Philippe Starck who, on this occasion, was assisted by highly respected colleague Eugeni Quitllet. A robust durability also sets the Ghost Buster nightstand H 57 cm apart from the rest. This article by Kartell uses polymethyl methacrylate, a plastic also known as PMMA, which is highly regarded for its strength. Very light and therefore easy to move, this charming piece of modern furniture has the compact dimensions that allow you to move it to smaller rooms with ease. Info: also suitable for outdoor use._x000D_
Catalan designer from Ibiza, Eugeni Quitllet started studying design at the Ibiza art school in 1991. He graduated in design and interior design at “La Llotja” art school, Barcelona, in 1996. He collaborated with many studios of architecture and design in Barcelona and participated to design exhibitions of culture entities, such as Joan Miró Foundation. He was one of those young contemporanean designers of the city who generated objects and ephemeral spaces presented during the biennale of design “Primavera del Disseny”, Barcelona: now part of the collection is in the Museo de las Artes Decorativas. He participated in the international exhibition Passion diseño español to promote Spanish design. In 2001 he met Philippe Starck in Formentera and started a strong collaboration with him. They now design many pieces of furniture and products for some of the most important companies in the world signed as Starck & Quitllet.
Catalan designer from Ibiza, Eugeni Quitllet started studying design at the Ibiza art school in 1991. He graduated in design and interior design at “La Llotja” art school, Barcelona, in 1996. He collaborated with many studios of architecture and design in Barcelona and participated to design exhibitions of culture entities,...
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