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Kartell. Crossing Generation

Kartell has launched Crossing Generation, a long-term project about the brand’s approach that looks at various audiences. The company, which has always worked indirectly on products and independently of the target, chooses to relate with young people and use a language that embraces different forms of artistic expression and communication.

For a week, the Flagship store in Via Turati will be one big art gallery putting forward and displaying the ideas of “Kartell for young people”. There is the excellent endorsement of artists from the world of art, music, design and fashion who each express what Kartell is for young people in their very own way.

17April, Tuesday
22April, Sunday
Via Turati at the corner with via Carlo Porta 1

Fabrica

Kartell is the scene for broadcasting Fabrica’s call to all young creatives under the age of 25.

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Diletta Bonaiuti

Dressing oneself is a necessity, accessorising oneself is a luxury.

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Madina Visconti di Modrone

I seek a happy medium between my concept of ‘more is more’ and the essential nature of Kartell

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Marie-Louise Scio

The concept is to bring a plastic object, like the Kartell Lantern lamp, into an ancient dwelling from the Seventeenth century.

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Sciuraglam

The idea of a Milanese lady of a certain age always conjures up the image of a house furnished only with antiques or in something like the Liberty and Art Deco style.

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Mara Maionchi & Lorenzo Licitra

Nostalgia makes us grow old!

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Cristina Morozzi & Sofia Viscardi

The purpose of design should be to make people feel good where they live.

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Xiang Guan

Everything has its own life and role in the world.

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Marcelo Burlon

I am delighted to have this opportunity to work with an iconic design company in Italy like Kartell.

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Ignasi Monreal

"Scratch Me" is an installation inspired by scratched glass normally found in public transportation and its adjacent spaces.

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