Costes Armchair

Costes Armchair

Inspired by Philippe Starck

€955.51

€716.63

History

The “Costes” chair was used by Philippe Starck in 1981 to furnish the famous Café Costes in Paris, characterized by the use of models that were extremely functional, resistant and made of simple materials. Starck used a tripod shape to avoid making it too bulky, which would have hindered the movements of the waiters. The larger version of the chair retrieves the tripod model; it was created a year later for the office of French President Francois Mitterrand at the Élisées. Undisputed symbols of elegance and comfort, the chair and armchair (the latter also known as “Pratfall”) became from the 1980s true icons of contemporary design. Black lacquered tubular steel frame, bent plywood shell in veneered mahogany, natural or lacquered. Seat padded with polyurethane foam and covered with leather or fabric.
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Made to order within 
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 weeks depending on the choices of structure and upholstery
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Description

100% Made in Italy. Black painted tubular steel, bent plywood shell with mahogany natural or black, walnut or wengé veneer finish. Seat padded with polyurethane foam. Leather or fabric upholstery.

Product details

  • Dimensions W62 D78 H86 HS44 cm
  • Inspired by Philippe Starck
  • Line Chairs
  • Model Chair

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