Kartell Eur Stool Square
Monoblock stool, inspired by the urban landscapes of major cities. Italian designer Fabio Novembre reproduced the architecture of the "Palace of Italian Civilisation". Known by the Romans as the "Square Coliseum", this emblematic monument was built in 1940, in the EUR business district in Rome. This Palace has often been used as a set for films, television films and advertising. It long remained empty and unoccupied and since 2015, it has sheltered the head office of luxury brand Fendi. The EUR stool is a solid cube with countless lines of symmetrical arches.
It is inspired by the architectural language of the original building: extremely refined neoclassic style, references to ancient architecture, essential lines, geometric vocabulary.
This stool can be used as a small end table indoors and outdoors. Its unusual design will look sensational in a living room or terrace.
Material : Thermoplastic technopolymer
- Size Description
36 x 36 x H 45 cm
- Color Description
Characteristics : Stool / end table - For indoor and outdoor use
Fabio Novembre is part-poet and part-philosopher, Fabio Novembre (38) lives in Milan and is Italy?s most flamboyant interior designer. All of his creations, from Café l’Atlantique to Divina Disco, have a narrative element, often inspired by the grand themes of romantic love, life and death.