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Gino Colombini - Lemon squeezer KS 1481
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Marco Zanuso, Richard Sapper - Children's chair K 1340 (later 4999)
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Joe Colombo - Chair "Universale" 4867
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Anna Castelli Ferrieri - "Componibili"  modular units
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Philippe Starck - Chair "Dr. Glob"
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Philippe Starck - Sofa "Bubble Club"
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Philippe Starck - Chair "Louis Ghost"
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Ferruccio Laviani - Lamp "Bourgie"
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Philippe Starck - Chair "Masters"
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Philippe Starck - "K/wood" armchair
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Philippe Starck - Chair "A.I."
Gino Colombini - Lemon squeezer KS 1481
Marco Zanuso, Richard Sapper - Children's chair K 1340 (later 4999)
Joe Colombo - Chair "Universale" 4867
Anna Castelli Ferrieri - "Componibili"  modular units
Philippe Starck - Chair "Dr. Glob"
Philippe Starck - Sofa "Bubble Club"
Philippe Starck - Chair "Louis Ghost"
Ferruccio Laviani - Lamp "Bourgie"
Philippe Starck - Chair "Masters"
Philippe Starck - "K/wood" armchair
Philippe Starck - Chair "A.I."

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Description

The “Masters” chair designed in 2010 by Philippe Starck with Eugeni Quitllet is a tribute to the masters of design: Eames, Jacobsen and Saarinen. The interwoven curves in the back of the Starck's chair, reveal the silhouette of three famous chairs in the history of design: “Serie 7” by Arne Jacobsen, the “Tulip Armchair” by Eero Saarinen and the “Eiffel Chair” by Charles and Ray Eames. 

Through the fusion of styles, the Masters chair reinterprets in a space-age key, the three famous chairs weave into a sinuous hybrid.


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