Costes Chair

Designed by:  Philippe Starck
Manufactured by:  Driade

In line with other objects universally recognized as icons, the Costes Dining Chair marked the beginning of a partnership between Philippe Starck and Driade. Designed for the homonymous and now disappeared Parisian café, the chair owes its timeless success to the absoluteness of forms: an embracing dark wooden structure with three highly tilted legs. The steel structure is painted black and the curved plywood that forms the back is offered in mahogany, ebonized mahogany, gray oak, striped wenge, bamboo or gray erable maple finished shell. The seat is padded with polyurethane foam and is upholstered with a fixed cover in black or beige leather. The chair is intended for indoor use only. Manufactured by Driade.

Designed in 1984.

This product is available through our QUICKSHIP program in select finishes. Please contact Switch Modern for specific information (404-605-0196 or Info@switchmodern.com).
18.7" W, 22.8" D, 31.5" H
Seat Height: 18.5"
$886.00
Designed by:  Philippe Starck
Manufactured by:  Driade

In line with other objects universally recognized as icons, the Costes Dining Chair marked the beginning of a partnership between Philippe Starck and Driade. Designed for the homonymous and now disappeared Parisian café, the chair owes its timeless success to the absoluteness of forms: an embracing dark wooden structure with three highly tilted legs. The steel structure is painted black and the curved plywood that forms the back is offered in mahogany, ebonized mahogany, gray oak, striped wenge, bamboo or gray erable maple finished shell. The seat is padded with polyurethane foam and is upholstered with a fixed cover in black or beige leather. The chair is intended for indoor use only. Manufactured by Driade.

Designed in 1984.

This product is available through our QUICKSHIP program in select finishes. Please contact Switch Modern for specific information (404-605-0196 or Info@switchmodern.com).
18.7" W, 22.8" D, 31.5" H
Seat Height: 18.5"
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Designed by:  Philippe Starck
Manufactured by:  Driade

In line with other objects universally recognized as icons, the Costes Dining Chair marked the beginning of a partnership between Philippe Starck and Driade. Designed for the homonymous and now disappeared Parisian café, the chair owes its timeless success to the absoluteness of forms: an embracing dark wooden structure with three highly tilted legs. The steel structure is painted black and the curved plywood that forms the back is offered in mahogany, ebonized mahogany, gray oak, striped wenge, bamboo or gray erable maple finished shell. The seat is padded with polyurethane foam and is upholstered with a fixed cover in black or beige leather. The chair is intended for indoor use only. Manufactured by Driade.

Designed in 1984.

This product is available through our QUICKSHIP program in select finishes. Please contact Switch Modern for specific information (404-605-0196 or Info@switchmodern.com).
18.7" W, 22.8" D, 31.5" H
Seat Height: 18.5"

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