Mr. Impossible Chair
Mr Impossible, designed by Kartell and Philippe Starck, was born from the (seemingly impossible) desire to unite two oval polycarbonate shells without using any adhesive: a new challenge to obtain an indestructible seal and a truly surprising design effect. The two laser-welded shells give the seat a bi-color and three-dimensional look. The snug and comfortable Mr Impossible almost seems to ìhoverî thanks to its four transparent legs with their circular hollow core.
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Kartell was founded in 1949 by Giulio Castelli, a chemical engineer who started business by...