Are you a fan of transparent pieces of furniture ? If yes then you should take a look at “The Invisibles” by Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka. He will launch a collection of transparent polycarbonate furniture at the Kartell showroom in Milan next month. “The Invisibles” is the result of the latest collaboration between japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka and Kartell’s president, Claudio Luti. The series comes ten years after the ‘invention’of transparency, in which Kartell expresses a new stylistic approach to ‘invisible furniture’. The pieces share a lightness, complete in transparency, but still have a feeling of solidness. – Via – Deezen

According to Claudio Luti, President of Kartell, “The Kartell-Tokujin team is founded on the creativity of both partners, on the brand?s expertise and on the designer?s poetry which goes far beyond technical brilliance.
Tokujin Yoshioka explains “In the last few years I have been thinking about a design that would include natural phenomena and invisible elements such as senses, wind and light. The “Invisible”, a special collection launched from Kartell, only leaves the sense as if seating in the air. The presence of the object is eradicated and it will create a scenery of a sitter floating in the air.”