In 2010 Tokujin Yoshioka introduced The Invisibles, a collection of "invisible" furniture for Kartell that employed their pioneering polycarbonate technology to produce a thickness never before seen or manufactured.
Says Yoshioka of the original Invisibles, "They were an exceptionally experimental pieces made out of the transparent blocks of acrylic. The poetic, yet dynamical presences reveal the essence of the pieces, and leave a mysterious scenery."
"The Invisibles Light is as if hiding its appearance to escape from this material world. It melts into people's daily lives like the air."