Ghost Buster, designed by Philippe Starck & Eugeni Quitllet is a development in the Ghost range of furniture, this time dedicated to designs for home storage. Ghost Buster evokes the lines of classic furniture but with a contemporary accent in its use of transparency and plastic. It features a unit of open fronted shelves which sits on slender bifacial legs. With its combination of corners and curves, straight and sinuous lines Ghost Buster is a combination of eye catching perspectives and reflections.
The Kartell catalog adds yet another piece to its furniture collection, the commode. Starck has taken a new look at it and the Kartell-style commode evokes the lines of classic furniture but with a contemporary accent in Its transparency and plastic. Corners and curves, straight lines and sinuous lines play over its surfaces and spark an intriguing game of eye-catching perspectives and reflections. Ghost Buster with three open frontal shelves and sitting on four bifacial legs is the largest plastic monobloc ever made yet in the world of furnishings – just another successful demonstration of Kartell’s determination to break down all the barriers of technical challenge.