Philippe Patrick Starck (born January 18, 1949) is a French product designer. His designs range from interior designs to mass-produced consumer goods such as toothbrushes, chairs, and even houses.
Regarding Starck's furniture designs, he is widely known for his designs for the Italian manufacturer Kartell, many of which are made from polycarbonate plastic. These include the transparent Louis Ghost chair, Ero|S| chair, Bubble Club Sofa and Armchair, and La Bohème stool.
Inspired by Philippe Starck, the "Costes" chair was originally designed for Cafe Costes in Paris. Our dining chair consists of chrome or black metal legs with a wood veneer back, and a black leatherette seat.
General Use: Home Furniture
Material: Polished die-cast aluminium frame. Bent mahogany or ebonized mahogany plywood shell and fixed black leather seat.