Kartell  Mademoiselle Chair Textile design by Nathalie du Pasquier
  • Kartell  Mademoiselle Chair Textile design by Nathalie du Pasquier
  • Kartell  Mademoiselle Chair Textile design by Nathalie du Pasquier
  • Kartell  Mademoiselle Chair Textile design by Nathalie du Pasquier
  • Kartell  Mademoiselle Chair Textile design by Nathalie du Pasquier
  • Kartell  Mademoiselle Chair Textile design by Nathalie du Pasquier
  • Kartell  Mademoiselle Chair Textile design by Nathalie du Pasquier
  • Kartell  Mademoiselle Chair Textile design by Nathalie du Pasquier
  • Kartell  Mademoiselle Chair Textile design by Nathalie du Pasquier
  • Kartell  Mademoiselle Chair Textile design by Nathalie du Pasquier

Kartell Mademoiselle Memphis

€576.86
Availability if not in stock 2 to 3 weeks.
Color Fabric: *
  • Fuchsia
  • Black
  • Blue
  • Red
  • Green
  • Turquoise
  • Beige
  • Green
  • Azur blue
  • Pink
Color Legs: *
  • Black
  • Clear
Shipping Costs
€114.30
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Kartell - Mademoiselle Chair Moschino by Philippe Starck, Kartell’s most fashionable little armchair steps forward today with new looks.

  • Comfortable and cosy, chic but casual, Mademoiselle Moschino is available with a transparent or black frame.
  • An innovative project for an armchair with a clever and first-ever combination of two aesthetic qualities: solidity and space, materiality and transparency. 
  • The polycarbonate structure in black or clear offers a solid and elegant support for a soft seat in fabric-covered expanded polyurethane.
Specifications

Seat: Soft polyurethane fabric covered
Legs: Transparent polycarbonate

Size Description

Width 55 cm (21.5″)
Seating height 46 cm (18.1″)
Height 80 cm (31.5″)
Depth 52,5 cm (20.5″)

  • Philippe Starck

    Philippe Starck was born in Paris in 1949, he is one of the most original and creative designers of our time. He has obtained many important acknowledgements such as the Grand Prix National de la Creation industrielle and the Honor Award of the American Institute of Architects, he considers himself as "a Japanese architect, an American art director, a German industrial designer, a French artistic director, an Italian furniture designer".
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