Kartell Componibili Square
Kartell Componibili Square
Kartell Componibili Square
Kartell Componibili Square
Kartell Componibili Square
Anna Castelli Ferrieri

Kartell Componibili Square

Regular price$100.00
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build your own unit

 These customizable storage units are made of five different compartments and they are each sold and ordered separately. Please reference the photos and below information to build your own storage solution.

Please add a single "Lid" to your cart when creating your own stack by purchasing multiple units. Every unit/or stack you purchase and/or build will need a lid that is sold separately.  This is the piece that functions as the top of the stack or unit you create. If you are creating more than one stack, you will need to purchase a lid for each stack. (2 separate stacks = 2 lids)

*All orders are fulfilled by Kartell and there may be a significant lead time on this product. Please reach out to studio@sonofrand.com for a more precise delivery projection.
The Square Componibili Storage Unit (2020) takes its name from componibile, Italian for “modular,” consisting of individual storage modules equipped with a sliding front door and tongue-and-groove design to offer attractive, stackable storage. Componibili was designed by Anna Castelli Ferrieri, who was one of the first women to graduate with a degree in architecture from Politecnico di Milano. She then went on to become a prominent architect and designer before co-founding the company Kartell with her husband, Giulio Castelli, in 1949.

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about the designer

Anna Castelli Ferrieri is the embodiment of the Italian creative philosophy that advocates designing “from the teaspoon to the city.” Castelli Ferrieri has contributed designs to both. Castelli Ferrieri started designing for Kartell in 1966, after being chosen as the architect for their headquarters. Famous for its critical role in the introduction to the consumer market of plastic as an acceptable material, Kartell was instrumental in bringing such innovative designers to Kartell as Joe Colombo, Marco Zanuso with Richard Sapper, and Achille Castiglioni. In her own designs for Kartell, Castelli Ferrieri exploited new materials through innovative forms. For her “4970/84” container elements, Castelli Ferrieri treated the design as a mini architectural exercise, with units that are stackable and interchangeable based on the needs of the new lifestyle of the 1960s. For her beautiful and useful designs, Castelli Ferrieri has won numerous design awards, including the prestigious Compasso d’Oro, but the fact that most of her pieces are still in production bespeaks the highest praise.

Kartell Componibili Square
Kartell Componibili Square
Kartell Componibili Square
Kartell Componibili Square
Kartell Componibili Square
Anna Castelli Ferrieri

Kartell Componibili Square

Regular price$100.00
/
Shipping calculated at checkout.
Style
  • first time? Take 10% off at checkout with code "newfriends"
  • SSL secured payment processing

build your own unit

 These customizable storage units are made of five different compartments and they are each sold and ordered separately. Please reference the photos and below information to build your own storage solution.

Please add a single "Lid" to your cart when creating your own stack by purchasing multiple units. Every unit/or stack you purchase and/or build will need a lid that is sold separately.  This is the piece that functions as the top of the stack or unit you create. If you are creating more than one stack, you will need to purchase a lid for each stack. (2 separate stacks = 2 lids)

*All orders are fulfilled by Kartell and there may be a significant lead time on this product. Please reach out to studio@sonofrand.com for a more precise delivery projection.
The Square Componibili Storage Unit (2020) takes its name from componibile, Italian for “modular,” consisting of individual storage modules equipped with a sliding front door and tongue-and-groove design to offer attractive, stackable storage. Componibili was designed by Anna Castelli Ferrieri, who was one of the first women to graduate with a degree in architecture from Politecnico di Milano. She then went on to become a prominent architect and designer before co-founding the company Kartell with her husband, Giulio Castelli, in 1949.

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.

about the designer

Anna Castelli Ferrieri is the embodiment of the Italian creative philosophy that advocates designing “from the teaspoon to the city.” Castelli Ferrieri has contributed designs to both. Castelli Ferrieri started designing for Kartell in 1966, after being chosen as the architect for their headquarters. Famous for its critical role in the introduction to the consumer market of plastic as an acceptable material, Kartell was instrumental in bringing such innovative designers to Kartell as Joe Colombo, Marco Zanuso with Richard Sapper, and Achille Castiglioni. In her own designs for Kartell, Castelli Ferrieri exploited new materials through innovative forms. For her “4970/84” container elements, Castelli Ferrieri treated the design as a mini architectural exercise, with units that are stackable and interchangeable based on the needs of the new lifestyle of the 1960s. For her beautiful and useful designs, Castelli Ferrieri has won numerous design awards, including the prestigious Compasso d’Oro, but the fact that most of her pieces are still in production bespeaks the highest praise.

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