More than half a century after its debut, Italian architect Anna Castelli Ferrieri’s Componibili, designed in 1967 and in MoMA's collection, remains timeless. The manufacturer, Kartell, pioneered the use of polypropylene plastic in creating this modular storage system.
In or Related to MoMA's Collection
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Componibili can be used anywhere throughout the home or office as a side table and for storage. It has a round shape with a recessed top and three shelves with sliding doors that have holes for easy opening. Made by Kartell. Simple assembly required.