8/30/09



Kartell_Collection
This collection consists in 18 high quality 3d models, correctly scaled, accurate representation of the original objects.
They are suitable for close-ups and long shots, useful for promotional renderings, advertising spots and architectural visualisations.
Originally modeled in c4d 10. Final images rendered with vray. No special plugin needed to open scene. All textures and materials are included and mapped.
The c4d zip file contains also vray and standard materials scenes.
File formats available: c4d, 3ds and obj.and obj.





About Kartell
A noted and often innovative manufacturer of a wide range of stylish products, the Kartell company was founded by chemical engineer Giulio Castelli in 1949.
Kartell Furniture is effectively a manufacturer of plastic furniture & lighting. They mainly work with polycarbonate and polyethylene. Notable designers for Kartell have included many leading Italian designers in the second half of the 20th century, including Sergio Asti, Gae Aulenti (theJumbo table of 1965), Achille and Pier Castiglione (lighting), Joe Colombo (whose designs included the ABS stacking chair no. 4860), and Richard Sapper, who collaborated with Zanuso on a range of colourful polyethylene children's chairs, which won a Compasso d'Oro in 1964. In 1988 Claudio Luti, formerly of Versace, became president of the company. In the 1980s Philippe Starck designed a number of products for the company, including the tubular steel and plastic Dr Glob chair of 1988, and in the 1990s Antonio Citterio's designs included theBattista and Filippotrolleys and the Mobil, storage system, all designs in plastic and metal. The Kartell Museum was founded in 1999 and has archived and exhibited the company's history.


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