This captioned video produced by Dezeen for Autodesk reveals Philippe Starck's A.I. chair for Kartell, which the software company claims is the first chair designed using artificial intelligence to be put into production. More
Japanese studio Nendo has transformed cups, wine bottles and books into small versions of Kartell's iconic Componibili, a cylindrical storage unit created by Italian designer Anna Castelli Ferrieri in the 1960s. More
Milan 2016: a minimal rocking horse by Nendo and a swing by Philippe Starck are among Italian design brand Kartell's collection of products aimed specifically at children, a key trend in Milan this year (+ slideshow). More
Italian design brand Kartell has opened a new flagship showroom in London, where Dezeen spoke to CEO Claudio Luti about how the company pioneered the manufacture of plastic furniture and his plans for the future (+ interview). More
Design magazines today have lost their critical edge and are little more than catalogues, according to Italian designer, theorist and editor Alessandro Mendini. More
Milan 2015: nine furniture and homeware items by Italian designer and protagonist of the Memphis movement Ettore Sottsass have been put into production for the first time by Kartell (+ slideshow). More
Maison&Objet 2014: designers including Philippe Starck, Patricia Urquiola and Nendo have reinterpreted the Bourgie table lamp produced by Italian plastic brand Kartell to mark the design's tenth anniversary. More
Milan 2013: according to manufacturers Kartell, French designer Philippe Starck has used the world's largest single-piece injection moulding to create this family of furniture shown in Milan this week.