Kristalia in Milan 2012
17-22nd April 2012
2012 will be a year characterised by new products for Kristalia. After the products presented in January at the Italian company’s debut at the IMM fair in Cologne and its now usual presence at Now! Design à vivre in Paris, here are other new ideas and further developments in design to discover at a preview of one of the leading events for the design sector: Salone Internazionale del Mobile di Milano.
The latest Kristalia chair is Mem, designed by Christophe Pillet and made of polypropylene. All-embracing, stackable, resistant, easy to clean and available in various colours, it is an ideal product for the contract sector and community areas. Another product arising from the partnership with the French designer Christophe Pillet is the TNP occasional table , which was created to furnish the Théâtre National Populaire, and is now available to the general public. Inspired by the tables in Paris bistrots, it is made of cast iron with an aluminium top. It is available in three different colours.
With the designer Patrick Norguet Kristalia presents: the final version of the Degree multifunction item in polyethylene with or without a cork coating, the Poule folding table with its special support, as well as new prototypes for the Compas chair.
The Blio bookcase, designed by Neuland Industriedesign and previewed for the very first time in Cologne, also introduces the magical appeal of public libraries, with aisles full of books just waiting to be discovered, to the home.
Designed in collaboration with LucidiPevere, the Boiacca table is made of cement: a unique product in the home furnishing sector. At Salone del Mobile di Milano, Kristalia will also present prototypes made of other materials.
The longstanding partnership between Kristalia and Bartoli Design marks another chapter with the Joko chair with armrests and stool, which make this design project even more sensational and versatile.
Finally, there is the SheLLf bookcase, created by the artist and designer Ka-Lai Chan. It will also be presented in the version originally intended for art galleries, produced by Kristalia in a limited edition, highlighting Kristalia’s focus on young emerging talent.
Torii, Bartoli Design
Mem, Christophe Pillet
SheLLf, Ka-Lai Chan
SheLLf 'Limited Edition', Ka-Lai Chan
Boiacca new materials, LucidiPevere
Joko new versions, Bartoli Design
Blio, Neuland Industriedesign
Neat wood, Christophe Pillet
Compas, Patrick Norguet
Degree, Patrick Norguet
Poule, Patrick Norguet
TNP, Christophe Pillet