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Colombo Chair

By Kartell

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Geometry Polygonal
Detail level Photorealistic
Materials Yes
Textures Yes
UVW Mapped No
Adjustable No
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All Design Connected 3d models are originally created in 3ds Max 2011 and V-Ray renderer. We use in-house developed automation tools to convert our models to support other renderers like Mental Ray, Built-in Scanline, Corona and Maxwell, with MXM and MXS files included.

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All Design Connected 3d models are originally created in 3ds Max and for V-Ray renderer. Our in-house team of 3d artists handle all further conversions and adaptations to deliver best possible visual and technical quality of the Cinema 4D content we offer.

Files units are centimeters and all models are accurately scaled to represent real-life object's dimensions. The model comes as a single editable object (or as a group when necessary) properly named and positioned in the center of coordinate system. No lights, cameras and render/scene setup are included unless otherwise stated in the particular model's description.

         
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All Design Connected 3d models are originally created in 3ds Max and for V-Ray renderer. Our in-house team of 3d artists handle all further remodelling, materials conversions and other adaptations to deliver best possible visual and technical quality of the ARCHICAD content we offer.
         
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Product description

Brand:  Kartell, Italy www.kartell.it Designer:  Joe Colombo Design Connected ID: 873

Kartell products are considered to be real icons of the "Made in Italy" design. Objects of desire that communicate the value of design, research, innovation, and that represent the history of design.
Joe Colombo, in his design utopia, gathered many of the common hopes of the 60's in Italy and Europe but was never slave to ideological bounds. His extremely fast escalation in becoming an internationally known designer brought him three medals at the XIII Triennale in Milan, the 1967 Compasso d'Oro award and creations which are included in permanent collections around the world.
This low lounge chair constructed from three part interlocking bent plywood elements with rubber stoppers. Colombo strived for material and structural unity in his work. The armchair No. 4801 is constructed of only three interlocking moulded plywood elements that curve and flow into one another. The fluidity of this chair's form anticipates Colombo's later designs in plastic.
Made up of three interlocking pieces of plywood, the deceptively simply design of this chair required two years of technical development prior to production. With its graceful complex curves, this chair is one of Colombo's most beautiful designs.
Year of design: 1963-1964, start of production: 1965, end of production: 1973

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