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Project Description

Cafè Chair

Cafè Chair

Designer:

Philippe Starck

Year:
1984

A chair designed by the most famous
French designer for the most famous
French café: “Café Costes” in Paris.

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Designer:

Philippe Starck

Year:
1984

A chair designed by the most famous
French designer for the most famous
French café: “Café Costes” in Paris.

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This stackable chair is comfortable and solid: the ideal chair for café. Suitable for any space, it can be easily matched with various materials. Its elegant curving back recalls cultured images as well as homespun memories, through its soft and alluring effects.

Sizes:
Chair: 54 x 52, h 78
Kitchen Stool: 52 x 50, h 84
Bar Stool: 52 x 50, h 100

Materials:
Structure: structure in tubular steel
Seat: latex rubber and polypropylene belting

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Philippe Starck

Born in Paris in 1949. At the age of twenty he became the art director of Cardin. At the age of twenty-seven, after a period spent in the United States, he returned to Paris where he designed two nightclubs, Main Bleue and Bains Douches, as well as the Café Costes and the private apartment of President Mitterrand at the Elysée, becoming one of the most famous “new designers” on the international scene. He designed the École Nationale des Arts Décoratifs in Paris. Overseas, he designed the Kansai Yamamoto showroom in Sapporo, the Manin restaurant and the Café Mystique in Tokyo, the Royalton and Century Paramount hotels in New York and the Delano Hotel in Miami. He designs furniture, lamps, scales, televisions, clocks, suitcases, vases, kitchen utensils, scooters, handles. In 1984 he started working with Baleri Italia, one of the first company to industrialize his projects, launching him in the product design world.

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