A classic from Kartell, the componibili system consists of modular units that can be stacked and arranged according to one’s desire. Made of ABS, the system is put together via a tongue-and-groove system for quick construction and good stability. This consists of one large (15 1/8" h x 16.5" dia.) and one small (15 1/8" h x 16.5" dia.) component with a tray top.
Anna Castelli-Ferrieri studied architecture at the Milan Polytechnic, and as such one of the first women to do so. In 1949, she founded Kartell and in 1969 Castelli-Ferrieri created her most famous furniture collection Componibili, a modular storage system. After serving for several years as art director with Kartell she took-up a teaching position at the self-same Milan Polytechnic where her career had begun.