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Gastone is an elegant and practical folding trolley with enameled plastic top surface and chromed steel support. It is available in five shades: White, Black, Blue, Plum and Cream. The castors are a formal feature and ensure functional mobility. Once closed, it has a depth of 9.125". It can be conveniently and easily folded away. Select from five colors.
Gastone is an elegant and practical folding trolley. Made in Italy by Kartell. Select from five color options.
Material(s): Frame - Chrome plated steel and polished aluminum; Top - High-density polyurethane with matte enamel or polyester lacquer
Dimensions: Open: W 26.75" H 27.5" D 24.375"; Closed: W 26.75" H 35.5" D 9.125"
Indispensible for everyday use and of course for entertaining!
By: Susan S., Homeowner (New York City)
The Gastone Trolley was the first item I purchased when I knew we were moving. The design for our kitchen counter was predicated on the dimensions of, what turned out to be, the most useful piece of equipment in our entire home. "Molly the Trolley" is folded beneath this counter, out of the way, and ready for use in an instant. Our second trolley was bought, and was aptly dubbed, "Dolly." If you want to set your table, clear your table, serve your guests h'ordeorves, all with ease, this functional, beautifully contemporary designed trolley is for you!
Designer: Antonio Citterio
Antonio Citterio was born in Meda in 1950. He graduated in architecture from the Politecnico of Milan. Since 1972 he has worked in the field of industrial design as a designer and consultant. He works with many manufacturers such as Ansorg, Arclinea, B&B Italia, Flexform, Flos, Hackman, Inda, Kartell, Tre-P&Tre-Piu, Valli & Valli and Vitra. In 1999 he became art director for Brionvega.
In 1981 he began working on architecture and interiors, establishing a multi-disciplinary architecture and design studio with experience ranging from architecture to corporate design, comprising total creative directing for a mixed range of international clients.
Antonio Citterio received the Golden Compass Award in 1987 and 1995. He lives and works in Milan.View other products by Antonio Citterio
Designer: Glen Oliver Low
Prior to 1985 Glen Oliver Löw (Leverkusen Germany, 1959) studies design in the Industrial Design faculty of Wuppertal University.
In 1986 he receives the "Master of Design" award from the Domus Academy in Milan for his design study for a compact car.
Starting since 1987 he staff member at Antonio Citterio studio in Milan. As of 1990 he was his partner in design, involved in producing office furniture for Vitra and also numerous products for companies Ansorg, Bieffe, Flos, Kartell, MaxData, Olivetti, Synthesis and Vitrashop.
Glen Low started his collaboration with Antonio Citterio in 1987. Together they have created among other things, the storage system Mobil for Kartell. In 1995 they were awarded the Compasso d'Oro prize for this work. Mobil is a part of the permanent design collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York.View other products by Glen Oliver Low
Founded in 1949, Kartell has been a leader in modern furniture, interior design items, and lighting for over 60 years. From its choice of cutting edge technologies, to its use of innovative and certified thermoplastic materials, the brand has revolutionized the use of plastics in modern furnishings. Their bold and charismatic designs are 100% Italian made, multifunctional, cross-sectional, easy to use, and possess an undeniable visual appeal. Colors, transparency effects, and unique shapes all define a signature Kartell product. Employing some of the most recognizable modern furniture designers of our time, Kartell is able to harmoniously blend functionality, style, durability, and modern appeal.
In its 60 years of activity, Kartell has won an enviable string of prestigious international awards, including nine Compasso d’Oro prizes (the most recent awarded to the Mobil Chest of Drawers in 1995 and the Bubble Club Sofa in 2001). In 2000, the Guggenheim Museum dubbed the Kartell Museum the "best industrial museum".View other products from Kartell