Gino Colombini designer of Umbrella Stand for Kartell
Italian designer Gino Colombini was birthed in 1915 and came to be technical director of Kartell in 1953. As plastic was emerging as a stimulating and brand-new material for daily usage, Colombini made several home items, testing the properties and borders of the product and creating bright, vibrant products to revolutionize the house. With developments now on show in New york city's Museum of Modern Art, Colombini obtained a number of Copmassi d'Oro during his time at Kartell and acted as technological director till 1960.Umbrella StandThe round, injection-molded container is glossy, vivid, simple to wash, and indestructible. The circular umbrella stand is identified by 2 side openings which permit the lower section to be throughed as a waste basket. The umbrella stand could ve supplied with a stainless steel top tray for usage as an ashtray (offered for upcharge). The assortment of available colors consists of straightforward blue, smoke and matte and red white, black, and silver. Created by Kartell.