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1980's Philippe Starck "Pratfall" Leather Lounge Chair

1980's Philippe Starck "Pratfall" Leather Lounge Chair




    Iconic armchair model "Pratfall" by Philippe Starck for Italian manufacture Driade Aleph, circa 1985. The distinctive three-legged chair slightly larger, deeply comfortable wraps the sitter in a curved beech black lacquered back. The chair has a black metal tubular frame with black laminated plywood back and the seat upholstered in black leather. They are sleek and are quite comfortable.

    Starck's famous design and deployed it throughout the Café Costes in Paris in 1984 and produced by Driade/Aleph, a renowned Italian furniture manufacturer. He was the Art Director of the Pierre Cardin studio in 1969 where he designed 65 pieces of furniture. Philippe Starck's products represent longevity and durability, while characterizing an ability to bring cutting-edge design to everyday products.



    Height: 34" x Width: 24.5" x Depth: 29.5"
    Seat Height: 15.75"



    Good. Wear consistent with age and use. The leather is in great vintage condition with no rips or tears.


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Ships From: Dallas, TX
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