Kartell Componibili Storage Unit
Kartell Componibili Storage Unit
Kartell Componibili Storage Unit

The Componibili Storage Unit (1969) takes its name from componibile, Italian for "modular," consisting of individual storage modules equipped with a sliding front door and tongue-and-groove design to offer attractive, stackable storage. Componibili was designed by Anna Castelli Ferrieri, who was one of the first women to graduate with a degree in architecture from Politecnico di Milano. She then went on to become a prominent architect and designer before co-founding the company Kartell with her husband, Giulio Castelli, in 1949. Made in Italy. 

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