Collaborating with renowned chefs and designers, iconic design company Kartell have added a brand new collection to their Kartell in Tavola range.
Known for their colourful and imaginative designs and their experimental and innovative approach to materials and technologies, the latest range is an array of sophisticated yet practical pieces for the table.
Collaborators include chefs Davide Oldani (of Milan’s famed Cornaredo restaurant), Andrea Berton and Carlo Cracco and designers Jean-Marie Massaud, Philippe Starck and Patricia Urquiola.
The first collections to arrive in Australia later this month will be I.D.Ish by D’O Davide Oldani, Jellies Family by Patricia Urquiola and Namaste by Jean-Marie Massaud.
The I.D.Ish by D’O Davide Oldani range is a line of dishes made in bone white and bronze-coloured melamine. It includes classic dinner plates along with the ‘Oldani’ soup plate with a slightly asymmetrical slant, water and wine glasses, a carafe and a set of cutlery.
Patricia Urquiola’s Jellies Family is a line of plates, trays, glasses, bowls and carafes made from vibrantly coloured and transparent injection-moulded polycarbonate. Each piece features a different pattern, which reference memories of Patricia’s youth.
Jean-Marie Massaud’s Namaste set of melamine dishes features a soft, asymmetrical design suggestive of flat stones. With a natural palette of black, grey, beige and orange, the plates can be matched or contrasted.
Kartell in Tavola represents another opportunity for designers – and this time chefs – to express their creative imaginations. The range will be exclusively available at Space Furniture’s Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane showrooms and through the online store this month.