The Componibili modular element was developed in 1969 by Anna Castelli Ferrieri, and meets a number of functional demands. The container from Kartell can be accommodated in all areas of the house: in the bathroom, bedroom, kitchen, living room as well as in the children's rooms.
Componibili is available in a round or square shape and can also be delivered with castors. Flexible, functional, practical: Componibili is a design classic with 30 years of tradition. It has gained a lot of recognition because of its conciseness and innovation and has earned a permanent place in the Museum of Modern Art in New York and at the George Pompidou Centre in Paris.
The preconfigured modules with two and three compartments and a diameter of 32 cm are not extendable or stackable. Because of their smaller, compacter and complete construction, they are well-suited as a side cabinet or a bedside table. They are no less flexible than the larger single stackable elements.