Kartell Ladder Tiramisu White
  • Kartell Ladder Tiramisu White
  • Kartell Ladder Tiramisu Metalic Grey
  • Kartell Ladder Tiramisu Black
  • Kartell Ladder Tiramisu
  • Kartell Ladder Tiramisu
  • Kartell Ladder Tiramisu
  • Kartell Ladder Tiramisu

Kartell Ladder Tiramisu

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Kartell Ladder Tiramisu by Andries van Onck, This is a functional 3-foot folding stepladder with slip-resistant finish. Tiramisù features a light supporting structural design: the curved bars offer support on the ground and the handle constitutes not only a robust support feature during use, but also a practical functional tool after use.

  • Thanks to its design it is possible to mount Tiramisù on the wall.
  • The lightness of the material.
  • The practicality of the closing mechanism
  • Versatile colors and the formal elegant allow Tiramisù to be used with total freedom in any furnishing context.
  • The stepladder can support a maximum weight of 260 kg. 

Frame made of powder coated steel and steps of polypropylene.

Size Description

Length 60 cm (23.6″) With 43 cm (16.9″) Height 92 cm (36.2″)   ClosedLength 7 cm (2.8″) With 43 cm (16.9″) Height 101 cm (39.8″)

Color Description
White (03)
Metallic grey (48)
Black (09)
  • Andries van Onck

    Andries van Onck was born in Amsterdam 1928. Amongst his teachers are Gerrit Thomas Rietveld from the Dutch De Stijl group; later he studied in Ulm at the Hochschule fr Gestaltung with Tomas Maldonado, Walter Zeischegg and Max Bill. 1959 he started as a designer at Olivetti in Italy assisting Ettore Sottsass; 1965 he opened his own studio in Milan and his wife Hiroko Takeda joined him later. They created many products in different sectors, such as household appliances, furniture, machine tools and electronic equipment. From the very start he is concerned in the theoretical aspects of design, such as design language, morphology and semiotics, and he spent much time as a teacher, wrote articles and also the book Design. Il senso delle forme dei prodotti, Lupetti 1994.
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