Antonio Citterio was born in Meda, Italy in 1950, opened his own design studio in 1972, and received a degree in architecture from Milan's Polytechnic University in 1975. From 1987 to 1996 he worked with Terry Dwan and together they designed offices in Europe and Japan. In 1999 "Antonio Citterio and Partners" was founded as a multidisciplinary design studio for architecture, industrial design and graphics; founding partners were Antonio Citterio and Patricia Viel.
|Product Type: Task chairs||Style: Modern|
|Base Material: Plastic||Exterior Seat Material: Plastic|
|Back Height: Mid-back||Adjustable Height: Yes|
|Casters: Yes||Country of Manufacture: Italy|
Questions & Answers
Kartell Spoon Chair
stylish deskchair, not big black clunker
Tashi from Boston, MA– Verified Buyer– Top 50 Reviewer
The lines of this chair look great in my office in an open floor plan at home. Also very comfortable without having to use a lot of adjusting knobs and levers.
My daughter loves this chair!
Jax from NY– Verified Buyer
This chair sits behind my daughter's white modern desk and in front of her white bookshelves w/orange background...Her room looks amazingly cool, and all my friends and hers love it. The orange chair makes all the difference. Not only does it look great, but my daughter loves sitting on it, and swirling around to the bookshelf.
Anonymous from New York– Verified Buyer
A creative team of world famous designers including Ferruccio Laviani, Alberto Meda and Philippe Stark, together with Kartell, have developed a special intuition through dialogue and the continual exchange of design ideas. This has served to establish a perfect equilibrium between the designers' project experience, their ability to and the demands of the company.
In its 55 years of existence, Kartell has won prestigious international awards including 9 Gold Compass awards. Today Kartell exports 75 percent of its products to 85 countries worldwide. Lasting success and a daring challenge on the market combine with the continual desire to innovate and reinvent.