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Mademoiselle Kravitz Chair

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American rock and roll meets French haute couture. Based on the classic Mademoiselle by Philippe Starck, here the Kartell Mademoiselle Kravitz Chair is "dressed" by Lenny Kravtiz and his design team. The effect is at once edgy and soft, with a sleek polycarbonate frame, faux fur-lined seat and either woven black eco-leather or python print fabric upholstery around the back.
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American rock and roll meets French haute couture. Based on the classic Mademoiselle by Philippe Starck, here the Kartell Mademoiselle Kravitz Chair is "dressed" by Lenny Kravtiz and his design team. The effect is at once edgy and soft, with a sleek polycarbonate frame, faux fur-lined seat and either woven black eco-leather or python print fabric upholstery around the back.

Founded in 1949 by Giulio and Anna Castelli, Kartell has become the world leader—and innovator—in the realm of molded plastic furniture. Headquartered in Italy, Kartell works with designers worldwide to create their distinctive line of modern furniture, lighting and accessories. Dedication to discovering and employing new technologies and manufacturing methods results in a growing line of durable, stylish and cutting edge products.

The Mademoiselle Kravitz Chair is available with the following:


Details:
  • Designed by Lenny Kravitz, Philippe Starck
  • Frame Material: Polycarbonate
  • Faux fur with woven artificial leather or python print fabric
  • Transparent or batch-dyed polycarbonate frame
  • Designed by Lenny Kravitz and Philippe Starck
  • Made in Italy
  • Foldable
  • Stackable
  • Made In Italy
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  • Frame Color: Black, Transparent
  • Fabric: Black Woven Leather, Grey Python Fabric
Dimensions:
  • Item Width 21.65", Height 29.13", Depth 20.67":
  • Seat Height 18.11":

Manufacturer IDs: view

4192 07, 4192 09, 4193 07, 4193 09


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