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Eugeni Quitllet | Eugeni for Kartell

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The Catalan designer Eugeni Quitllet was born on 17th April 1972 in Ibiza. He graduated from ‘La Llotja’ art school in Barcelona. Through his creative vocabulary he exceeds simple relationships between function and style unveiling innovative objects.

Between drawing, sculpture and contemporary archaeology, Quittlet literally reveals silhouettes hidden in the material, extremely visual skeletal objects elegantly master fullness and emptiness often with a touch of humour:

The Masters chair combines the 3 contours of legendary seats by Eames, Saarineen and Jacobsen.

MASTERS chair for Kartell design eugeni quitllet  signed with Starck 01  MASTERS chair graphic for Kartell design eugeni quitllet  signed with Starck  MASTERS stool  for Kartelldesign eugeni quitllet co signed with Starck 04The K Ray lamp is an organic UFO, a network of veins hollowed out of the material which results in an object suspended in a frame.

K RAI lamp for Flos design eugeni quitllet signed with Starck 02
K RAI lamp for Flos design eugeni quitllet signed with Starck  K RAI lamp, drawing work for Flos design eugeni quitllet signed with StarckHis signature method prevalent naturally in several of the designer’s projects:

The Shine vases

Quitllet has signed a new line of decorative vases of transparent PMMA baptised I SHINE U SHINE HE SHINE SHE SHINE. The line consists of three single-flower vases and a table centre, distinctive for their elegant geometrical profiles of Art Déco inspiration.

SHINE_vase  SHINE VASES COLLECTION for Kartell  by eugeni quitllet
HE SHINEfor Kartell  by eugeni quitlletThe Light Air lamp

The final version of the Light-Air table lamp is also presented featuring the contrast between the ethereal rectangular transparent PMMA frame and the diffuser in the lampshade fabric that seems to fluctuate internally.

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LIGHT AIR BEIGE For Kartell By Eugeni Quitllet 2

LIGHT AIR BEIGE For Kartell By Eugeni Quitllet jpegThe 0’Clock wall clock

The designer has also signed the line of PMMA O-Clock wall clocks characterised by a geometric design. The clocks come in three different colours with vivid rose or silver coloured metallic finishes.

O'CLOCK wall clock for Kartell by Eugeni Quitllet 01The O Ring watch, a hole in time in the true sense, best seller of the brand Fossil modernising watchmaking codes.

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O-RING watch for Fossil by eugeni quitllet signed with Starck 1A revelation of the contours and forms that he likes to summarize here again through a metaphor that plays with the suspension and murkiness to dispel: ‘Utopia is a mist from where feasible ideas emerge.

From object to space, Eugeni Quitllet is a design world freak capable of devouring the whole of our environment in his own way to serve it up to us transformed. It is no surprise to learn then that his career began in the company of another freak: Philippe Starck. The only designer to have co-signed pieces with the French designer, Quitllet initiated with Starck what he calls a ‘cool-laboration’ in 2001 by descending on his house in Formentera. A flash of artistic brilliance that led to many projects for Kartell, Driade, Flos, Alias, Emeco, Xo, Magis, Dedon…

Eugeni Quitllet founded his studio in Barcelona in 2011. He has designed new fun and fluid tableware for Air France, the Shine vase collection for Kartell that combines precious crystal with visual economy and lastly the interior design of the Fromagerie de la Jeune Rue unveiled in Paris in spring 2014.

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