Designed by Philippe Starck
Base in ebonized mahogony base with cast aluminium cap and castors, top in white marble
W300 x D300 x H500 mm
W400 x D400 x H420 mm
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 cafe, owes its timeless success to the absoluteness of forms: a dark wooden embracing structure with three […]
Neoz sofas, bed and day-bed emphasize the formal charateristics of the collection they belong to, by building a sort of living nest marked by the hem-stitched tissue whiteness, like past laundry, and the cushionsÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ softness. Large wheels, though, suggest it as an only termporary luxe.
As a reinterpretation of Costes chair, King Costes alters its size and increase its firmness while confirming the absolute recognition of this image and its durability against trends alternation.
A chair which combines the elegance of its perfect proportions to the comfort of the seat, all thanks to the innovative construction technique.
Babila is a chair able to move along tradition and innovation with great agility. Solid ash legs and plywood shell in variable thickness with upholstered seat. The result is an airy and comfortable sitting with a careful and accurate use of wood.
Organic lines. Elegantly understated details. Spanning across dining, bar and lounge typologies. The Folium seating series emulates the natural shape of leaves, translating them into a modernly timeless design for professional projects and homes alike.
With this project Traba ‘inaugurates the collaboration with the designer Massimo Broglio, who gives life to a stackable seat and not from the cross-shaped structure in beech and ash, and with circular section legs that thin at the ends . Many chromatic shades and the variety of padding that make Edith – with a Scandinavian, […]