Public Proposal #7 Designed by Klauser Lienhard. Proposed for the product line of: Kartell, Italy.
The proposal shows an archaic shape combined with the visual pleasure of a transparent material. The strong relation to existing products from Kartell forms the context in which the simple seating stool is added as a distinct new identity. The rib-stiffened underside acts as a distance spacer when the stools are stacked together, creating a handle on both sides to easily grab the topmost one. The overall stiffness and structural stability is achieved by the multi-curved surface bending down to the four C-shaped legs, closed with the ending at the bottom.
Story by Rainer Brenner Barbara loved to say thank you with excessive gifts. Like the porcelain doll or a polished blue amethyst. Even a brand-new steel guitar. “What if we would have done the same thing to her?” John asked me years later before ordering dessert.
Materials Single-piece, injection-molded transparent polycarbonate, two colors.
Disclaimer This Public Proposal for Kartell is unsolicited. It was conceived solely by Klauser Lienhard who were and are not in any business relation with Kartell.
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