Philippe Starck

Philippe Starck

Philippe Starck, what is there to say about him. He is a French designer known since the start of his career in the 1980s for his interior, product, industrial and architectural design including furniture. Starck studied at the Ecole Camondo in Paris in 1969 and then already showed his interest in where and how people live. 

Driade Costes chair

The Baleri PS210 is a comfortable, solid, stackable chair. The PS series has a chair, small bar stool, and large bar stool. Structure in tubular steel painted with epoxy powders in metallic silver. The seat is in latex rubber and black polypropylene straps.

This Driade Cam El Eon was designed by Philippe Starck in 1999. It's a light and durable chair, also stackable up to a max of 4 pcs. Cam El Eon has a casted aluminum frame coated in metallic grey and has an anthracite-colored polypropylene seat. The chair is suitable for as well as in-and outdoors.

The Olly Tango chair was designed by Philippe Starck, 1993 for the Italian company Driade. It's a stackable chair (max 4 pcs) with chromed tubular steel structure and a shell in curved plywood. The Olly Tango is for indoor use only.

The Costes chair was designed in 1984 by Philippe Starck for Cafe Costes in Paris. It was designed with three legs so that waiters at the cafe would not have as many legs to trip over! Black lacquered steel frame with a curved black lacquered back. Leather-covered polyurethane foam cushion. Made in Italy by Driade.