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Infinity Bottle Holder - Kartell

Color: White

Infinity is a colourful and curvilinear, modular bottle-holder. The elements which form the bottle-holder can be fastened together to form an indefinite number of rings inside which bottles may be stored.

PRODUCT INFORMATION

Material: Smooth Batch Dyed Polypropylene
Dimensions: 5.7cm x 9.5cm x 14.5cm (Width x Height x Depth)
Weight: 1.6kg

*Sold in a practical 16-piece gift pack and may be freely composed in an endless interplay of connections.

*Care instructions: Gently wipe clean with a soft cloth.
*Suitable for outdoor use

ABOUT THE DESIGNER

Born in Tel Aviv, educated at the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design in Jerusalem 1971–73 and at the Architectural Association School of Architecture in London 1974-79. Ron Arad's career as a designer began with the Rover chair, a leather car seat of a Rover V8 2L anchored on a tubular steel frame. In 1981 he co-founded the design and production studio One Off. His subsequent tireless experimentation with the possibilities of materials and technology, and his radical re-conception of the form and structure of objects has put him at the forefront of contemporary design and architecture. Ron Arad has designed for all major international furniture and design brands such as Vitra, Kartell, Moroso, Alessi, Swarovski and other.


ABOUT KARTELL

Founded by Giulio Castelli in 1949, in the early years Kartell took its first steps to produce the distinctive design that would come to epitomise the 'Made in Italy’ label. In 1988 the company was acquired by Claudio Luti, the son-in-law of Giulio and Anna Castelli who had a background in fashion. With a love for perfection and tasteful design, this heralded a new start for the brand. Luti sought collaborations with designers and architects like Philippe Starck, Ron Arad, Antonio Citterio, Ferruccio Laviani, Piero Lissoni, Patricia Urquiola, Mario Bellini, Alberto Meda and Vico Magistretti, who were responsible for those products that soon came to symbolise the brand. The fresh approach to materials dictated the new direction and brought real turning points for Kartell.

In 1999 Kartell became the first company in the world to use polycarbonate to produce furnishing items. The result was La Marie, a completely transparent chair with modern, minimalist design which paved the way for Louis Ghost, still one of Kartell’s best sellers today. From this moment on, the company developed and explored the theme of transparency that has made it unique and original, continuing its research into the study of surfaces and shapes, that have made it possible to create products like nothing ever created before.

Today, Kartell is the perfect synthesis of its past and its ongoing projection into the future, combining the great heritage of corporate culture with the desire to explore new paths and engage in new experiences dominated by an intense passion for creation.

Kartell is known for its industrial production of the finest quality design objects, with remarkable technological content, Made in Italy. From the choice of innovative and certified materials, to the use of advanced technologies, Kartell is able to guarantee users of its products a collection in which technology, quality, resistance and durability are part of its DNA.

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