The Optic container with door by Kartell is a genuine designer object, an article that immediately catches your eye and that can act as a genuine leading role in any layout. Optic is essentially a cube, a geometric figure with small door at front where you can place objects of any kind. In addition to its particular geometry, the Optic Container is an article full of intriguing features such as the particular optical effect that it gives off. As a matter of fact, the refined processing of its surfaces creates a play on reflections that affect not only the aesthetics of the object but also the entire atmosphere of the room. If you’re looking to add an eye-catching designer space in your home, a very tempting idea could be to pair up multiple Optic containers, as these "cubes", are all in the same dimensions and are distinguished only by colour, creating decorative solutions that are both bold and strong, all the more suitable for those into contemporary styles. The possibilities, from this point of view, are endless: different patterns of Optic containers can be placed side by side, on top of each other, or near each other. Versatility is a major strength of the Optic Container: this designer piece can be put on display just about anywhere, from the living room to the bedroom, not to mention offices, shops and other business settings. While the stylistic essence of Optic is very modern, this designer piece should not be limited to contemporary layouts only. Its simplicity and elegance actually make it perfect even for formal settings. Also suitable for outdoor environments. Also suitable for outdoor environments._x000D_
After earning his BA in 1986, Patrick Jouin studied design at ENSCI in Paris, where he graduated in 1992. He began working for Thomson Multimedia, before joining the agency Philippe Starck a year later. In 1998, he founded his own agency in which he carries out projects about design objects, interior architecture and design. It creates objects and furniture that are published by Ligne Roset, Cassina, Fermob, Alessi and Kartell. His agency also carried a prototype of a high-end vehicle for Renault. In 1999, he met Alain Ducasse with whom he collaborated and directed the design of several restaurants in the world, including the Plaza Athenee, the Spoon Byblos, The Mix (New York, Las Vegas) and was given the decoration of the Jules Verne on the second floor of the Eiffel Tower. In 2007, he designed the bike to be used for the Vélib, then manufactured by Lapierre.
After earning his BA in 1986, Patrick Jouin studied design at ENSCI in Paris, where he graduated in 1992. He began working for Thomson Multimedia, before joining the agency Philippe Starck a year later. In 1998, he founded his own agency in which he carries out projects about design objects, interior architecture and design. It creates objects and...
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