Kartell Ghost Buster Cabinet

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Product Code: KA2474

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Large transparent thermoplastic cabinet, designed by Philippe Starck with Eugeni Quitllet.

Kartell Ghost Buster Cabinet

by Kartell

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£731.00

Product Code: KA2474

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Large transparent thermoplastic cabinet, designed by Philippe Starck with Eugeni Quitllet. Read more

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Large transparent thermoplastic cabinet, designed by Philippe Starck with Eugeni Quitllet.

Made by Kartell, the Ghost Buster Cabinet is Starck's new take on a classic furniture piece combined with Kartell style that embodies the lines of traditional furniture while adding a modern twist to it.

Combining corners, curved and straight lines with smooth surfaces, the gorgeous cabinet is brought to life through eye-catching views and reflections.

It comes with three open front shelving spaces while the four bifacial cabinet legs form the largest plastic monobloc ever created in furnishings.

This aspect alone showcases Kartell's desire to break the boundaries of procedural routine and take on the challenge of reinvention.

Large transparent thermoplastic cabinet, designed by Philippe Starck with Eugeni Quitllet.

Made by Kartell, the Ghost Buster Cabinet is Starck's new take on a classic furniture piece combined with Kartell style that embodies the lines of traditional furniture while adding a modern twist to it.

Combining corners, curved and straight lines with smooth surfaces, the gorgeous cabinet is brought to life through eye-catching views and reflections.

It comes with three open front shelving spaces while the four bifacial cabinet legs form the largest plastic monobloc ever created in furnishings.

This aspect alone showcases Kartell's desire to break the boundaries of procedural routine and take on the challenge of reinvention.