Located at the crossroads of Antoine Dansaert Street and Chartreux Street, not far from the Stock Exchange, the Kartell Flagship Store displays its Kartell Collection in its in its brightly coloured shop windows.
The shop, open since 2002, displays its attractive Kartell Collection over two floors as well as in the impressive shop windows.
Names that speak for themselves
You'll find all the Italian classics there such as Ron Arad's Bookworm wall shelves, Vico Magistretti's Maui chair or even the Componibili designed by Anna Castelli Ferrieri. You can also enjoy lights by designer Ferruccio Laviani such as the suspension Fly, the famous Bourgie lamp, newcomers such as the Toobe lampe and the latest in the collection, the Neutra suspension
A bit of history
Kartell, founded in 1949 by Giulio Castelli, never fails to appeal. The shapes of the furniture leave us amazed. The technical skill involved is surprising. Kartell is always up for a challenge. The double shell of the "Mr Impossible", designed by Philippe Starck, has been fixed by laser. And then there's the legendary "Louis Ghost" in polycarbonate, moulded in one piece, by the same designer. Internationally renowned designers such as Patrick Jouin, Marcel Wanders, the Bouroullec brothers and Patricia Urquiola have joined Antonio Citterio, Piero Lissoni, Alberto Meda as well as many others in putting their precious talent at the disposal of Kartell.
The website dCorner.be is very easy to use, visually appealing and enables you to view the whole Kartell Collection. In one simple click any Kartell article is readily available. Each product has attached technical information, a description and numerous photographs. On dCorner.be, you can find the latest editions, news concerning the Flagship store and forthcoming collections. The shop may have the largest and brightest window display of the Kartell in Brussels, but the website dCorner has a full catalogue which is accessible for all Belgians and Europeans.