Driade Costes Chair
Costes chair debuted in 1984, marking the beginning of the partnership between Philippe Starck and Driade. A designer, formerly unknown in Italy, creates one of the world’s most iconic object. Designed for the once homonymous, now disappeared Parisian cafÃƒÆ’Ã‚Â©, owes its timeless success to the absoluteness of forms: a dark wooden embracing structure with three highly tilted legs.
Designed by Philippe Starck
Material: Steel structure painted black with seat shell in mahogany, ebonized mahogany, grey oak, striped wenge, bamboo or grey erable maple, upholstery in black or beige leather Dimensions: 475 x 580 x ht. 800 mm