Calice Vase

Designed by:  Ettore Sottsass
Manufactured by:  Kartell

The Calice vase with its stepped form, integrated truncated column, and exaggerated base will instantly become a focal point in any interior – functioning as both sculpture and vase.  Part of a range of objects that Ettore Sottsass actually designed for Kartell in 2004 and 2005 – Colonna, Pilastro, Calice – that were put into production posthumously in 2015 by Kartell.  Calice is composed of mass-dyed thermoplastic technopolymer and is available in a choice of five colors – green, red, pink, purple, and black. Manufactured by Kartell.

Designed in 2004/2005. 

11.8" Diameter, 18.9” H

$340.00
Designed by:  Ettore Sottsass
Manufactured by:  Kartell

The Calice vase with its stepped form, integrated truncated column, and exaggerated base will instantly become a focal point in any interior – functioning as both sculpture and vase.  Part of a range of objects that Ettore Sottsass actually designed for Kartell in 2004 and 2005 – Colonna, Pilastro, Calice – that were put into production posthumously in 2015 by Kartell.  Calice is composed of mass-dyed thermoplastic technopolymer and is available in a choice of five colors – green, red, pink, purple, and black. Manufactured by Kartell.

Designed in 2004/2005. 

11.8" Diameter, 18.9” H

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Designed by:  Ettore Sottsass
Manufactured by:  Kartell

The Calice vase with its stepped form, integrated truncated column, and exaggerated base will instantly become a focal point in any interior – functioning as both sculpture and vase.  Part of a range of objects that Ettore Sottsass actually designed for Kartell in 2004 and 2005 – Colonna, Pilastro, Calice – that were put into production posthumously in 2015 by Kartell.  Calice is composed of mass-dyed thermoplastic technopolymer and is available in a choice of five colors – green, red, pink, purple, and black. Manufactured by Kartell.

Designed in 2004/2005. 

11.8" Diameter, 18.9” H

Kartell

Established in 1949, Kartell is an Italian design company with a worldwide reputation for its cutting-edge research into various forms of plastics to create innovative, glamorous designs for the home and office that often have no historic aesthetic precedent. Based in Milan, Kartell has a presence in 130 countries; Switch Modern is pleased to belong to this exclusive group of showrooms. Known far and wide for its attractive and sensuous designs – all underscored by Kartell’s commitment to accessibility and functionality. For nearly seven decades, Kartell has collaborated with prominent international designers and architects to create objects – chairs, mirrors, tables, cabinets, shelving, storage, sofas, accessories – that have not only found their way into residences on every continent, many can now also be found into the permanent collections of museums the world over. Switch Modern shows the range of Kartell designs online as well as within the Kartell-branded shop within our Atlanta showroom.

Ettore Sottsass

Ettore Sottsass (1917-2007) was born in Innsbruck, Austria. After graduating from Turin Polytechnic with a degree in architecture, he opened a studio in Milan in 1947. His work, which ranges from furniture and ceramics to office equipment, has been produced by manufacturers such as Alessi, BD Barcelona, Bitossi, Design Gallery, Glas Italia, Memphis Milano, Olivetti, Stilnovo, and Zanotta. Ettore Sottsass was instrumental in the development of the Memphis school of design in 1981 and his designs figured prominently as part of the Memphis movement throughout the 1980s. His work is included in the permanent collections of several prestigious museums worldwide, including Paris’ Musee des Arts Decoratifs, London’s Victoria & Albert Museum, and New York City’s Museum of Modern Art.