Colander Stool by Kristalia
The partnership that continues between Kristalia and Patrick Norguet, the French designer with an innovative and eclectic spirit, focused on developing materials and technologies, has led to the stackable stool called Colander. It has a light, unalterable painted aluminium frame with an
injection-moulded polypropylene seat and back and a perforated texture reminiscent of a colander (hence its name).
It comes in various colours, either in a uni-colour version or two-tone versions in aluminium and polypropylene. Colander can be used in a multitude of spaces and contexts, both indoors and outdoors.SHOW MORE SHOW LESS
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About the designer
The apparent modesty of Patrick Norguet veils a spirit animated by the concerns of perfection, detail and an object well-made. For the last 12 years, the designer has engraved his name on the international design scene with strokes of precision, determination and discretion.
A descendent of Roger Tallon, Castiglioni, and more recent, Alberto Meda, Patrick Norguet considers himself an industrial designer.
He is radical in his search for purity, poetic in his sensibility of products and meticulous in his sense of detail.
His aesthetic genes are more Nordic than Austrian and his temperament is quite French.
It is first and foremost to Italy that he owes his success. Primarily to Giulio Cappellini, who brought him to the limelight in 1999 by manufacturing his instant classic, Rainbow Chair, which is in the MoMA’s permanent collection, and Kristalia, Tolix, Glas Italia, Poltrona Frau, Flaminia, Lapalma, Lea Ceramiche as well as Alias and Cassina, who see in the designer a real talent to imagine quality products that are also commercial and durable.