Designed by Philippe Starck
Successful completion to the generous shapes of the famous Lord Yo armchair, Lord Yi table is surprising for its simplicity and the clear composition of the parties, deliberately signaled in his tripartite division of base, shaft and top.
Suitable for outdoor use, base and column in anodized aluminium with top in SAN ivory or white carrara or base painted black with nero marquina marble
Available in the colors: champagne, ivory, anthracite grey and red. Indoor/outdoor use
W600 x D600 x H730 mm
W800 x D800 x H730 mm
Obtained form the ancient wax casting technique, Miss Lacy represents and makes accessible a baroque lace by transforming it into an embracing shell. Characterized by the expertly pierced shiny mirrored stainless steel. A true jewel than to a functional object.
The cultured and omnivorous voracity of Philippe Starck faces, in Neoz collection, the poetry of solid wood and the traditional archetypes form is reviewed. The result is a timeless collection characterized by straight lines as well as by a strong image.
Fredrikson stallard’s work often exudes an energy like that of abstract expressionism, a forcing by the artists hand or a chaos within the materials and forms themselves, albeit an organized chaos. In Sereno they have used similar themes, methods and language to instead create a moment of calm and solitude. The forms themselves are created […]
This high stool without a backrest is decorated with eight manually bent beech leg joints, which are the distinctive feature of its classical look. The seat can be enhanced with decorative studs.
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