To protect our health and day-to-day well-being from indoor pollution, this wardrobe takes on a new role. It changes from a simple container and becomes an active instrument, a sort of filter capable of purifying the air and contents inside.
Sacco goes green: from expanded polystyrene (EPS) to bio-plastic beads. To mark the 50th anniversary of the famous armchair, a pop-design icon as well as a symbol of 1968, Zanotta presents the exclusive, numbered, limited edition collection, 100% eco-sustainable.
Fifty years after it was originally designed, Anna Castelli Ferrieri’s iconic Componibili storage cabinet is the first product that Kartell has ever-made with a groundbreaking bioplastic that’s 100% natural.