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Design Icon: Kartell Masters Chair
As winner of the 2010 “Good Design Award” the Kartell Masters Chair is a simple but versatile chair that has really made an impact on the interior design world.
Its light, practical and stackable composition is both simple but intricate, making it the perfect casual chair for those looking to add a little stylish seating to their home.
French design front-runner Philippe Starck, created the iconic chair by forming a hybrid of 3 symbolic chairs. Its inspiration comes from fusing elements of the “Series 7" by Arne Jacobsen, the "Tulip Armchair" by Eero Saarinen and the "DSR chair (often referred to as the Eiffel Chair)" by Charles Eames.
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Created with a curved-linear motion, the exquisite design behind the Kartell Masters Chair is what makes it so coveted and iconic. Its simplicity provides versatility and an air of contemporary chic. It’s available in a number of different finishes and looks just as perfect alone in the bedroom or as part of a dining set.
Made from smooth batch-dyed polypropylene, you can take it inside and outside your home. It looks sophisticated in sleek black for a monochrome dining look or add a cool edge to a room in a shiny metallic finish.
The metallic version is available in gold, copper and chrome, and makes a perfect feature edition to any room in the home.
The muted citrus shades are ideal for brightening up a garden and add zest for a real summer feel.
At Nest.co.uk, we have the Kartell Masters Chair available in a range of colours to compliment your decor from mustard to sage green and marl grey.
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