Lou Read Armchair

Designed by:  Philippe Starck
Manufactured by:  Driade

Its organic outline lending an anthropomorphic character, the Lou Read Armchair is constructed with a fiberglass skeleton and is upholstered with a wide selection of leather. Philippe Starck with Eugeni Quitllet show impeccable mastery in their design that is a tribute to Carlo Mollino and Danish design of the 1950's. The frame is the result of a complex and skillful construction: a first outer shell made of Baydur is fixed on a steel core which is then attached on another Baydur shell and on a polyurethane foam layer. The armchair is then entirely covered in leather and hand-stitched. The unexpected comfort is given by its perfect ergonomics. Manufactured by Driade.

Designed in 2010.

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).
27.6" W, 29.9" D, 47.2" H
Seat Height: 16.5"

$4,732 - $7,487
Designed by:  Philippe Starck
Manufactured by:  Driade

Its organic outline lending an anthropomorphic character, the Lou Read Armchair is constructed with a fiberglass skeleton and is upholstered with a wide selection of leather. Philippe Starck with Eugeni Quitllet show impeccable mastery in their design that is a tribute to Carlo Mollino and Danish design of the 1950's. The frame is the result of a complex and skillful construction: a first outer shell made of Baydur is fixed on a steel core which is then attached on another Baydur shell and on a polyurethane foam layer. The armchair is then entirely covered in leather and hand-stitched. The unexpected comfort is given by its perfect ergonomics. Manufactured by Driade.

Designed in 2010.

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).
27.6" W, 29.9" D, 47.2" H
Seat Height: 16.5"

$4,732 - $7,487
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Designed by:  Philippe Starck
Manufactured by:  Driade

Its organic outline lending an anthropomorphic character, the Lou Read Armchair is constructed with a fiberglass skeleton and is upholstered with a wide selection of leather. Philippe Starck with Eugeni Quitllet show impeccable mastery in their design that is a tribute to Carlo Mollino and Danish design of the 1950's. The frame is the result of a complex and skillful construction: a first outer shell made of Baydur is fixed on a steel core which is then attached on another Baydur shell and on a polyurethane foam layer. The armchair is then entirely covered in leather and hand-stitched. The unexpected comfort is given by its perfect ergonomics. Manufactured by Driade.

Designed in 2010.

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).
27.6" W, 29.9" D, 47.2" H
Seat Height: 16.5"

$4,732 - $7,487

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