Kettal was initially founded in 1966 with a focus on design and innovation. In the early 2000s, Kettal acquired the Hugonet y Triconfort brands that came together to form Kettal Group.
Kettal has established working relationships with many of the most important international design names, including Patricia Urquiola, Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec, Rodolfo Dordoni, Doshi Levien, Hella Jongerlius, Jasper Morrison, Michel Charlot, and Emiliana. Who together have produced a thorough, comprehensive and refined collection.
Kettal’s raison d’être is the creation of timeless and versatile furniture, which represents a contemporary culture and creates solutions to evolving needs through a blend of creativity, customisation, innovation, and modern production. Landscape furniture. Kettal crafts products for each project.
The group’s headquarters is located in the centre of Barcelona, Spain. Kettal has a factory in Tarragona. (Spain). Seven venues; Barcelona, New York, Paris, Cannes, London, Miami and Marbella; and presents itself in over 60 countries worldwide.
Manufactured in Europe
Kettal is a global company founded in Europe in 1966.
Kettal prides itself in the quality of its products and assures the product is made in the plant in Barcelona. In house, manufacturing provides clients with the ability to customise the furniture to meet their needs while at the same time keeping the cost down.
Quality and the environment
The importance of scientific research and technological advancements has always been at the forefront of product design and development. Brand innovation means that one can enjoy a high-quality product with today’s technology.
In keeping with its philosophy of respect for the environment, Kettal uses eco-friendly paint. Nearly every Kettal furniture paint is 100% environmental and recyclable, and under Perhutani certification, the wood used is protected.
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