Phillipe Starck Ghost Chair
Furniture design took a step backward and a giant leap forward with the Phillipe Starck Ghost Chair series. Inspired by the Louis XVI armchairs that grace the Palace of Versailles, the 2002 version is a whimsical postmodern creation that works in any suburban castle or urban ped a terre.
Ghost chairs take their name from the transparent and translucent appearance created by the use of modern polycarbonate/acrylics. See-through elegance doesn’t subtract from utility. These chairs are sturdy, stackable, and great for indoor or outdoor use.
The eerie elegance continues across a range of styles and colors to grace dining and living areas, patio, and other locations. The effect of a troop of these spectral seats arranged for an outdoor events is unmatchable, with guests and grass showing through the assembled chairs. Indoors a group surrounding the dining table, a pair framing the sideboard, or one at the vanity have a striking effect.
The understated lines and appearance of the Victoria chair are now available in a range of colors, including silver and gold. Opulence meets practical in these high quality replicas of the original designs. Smooth and shiny surfaces reflect light from facets and corners, while allowing their character to shine through.
The emblematic medallion backrest combines with elegant lines and rectangular seat to provide superior comfort and stability in a lightweight chair that works in so many ways. Coordinating with the luminous shades is easy, and the results can be remarkable. Get ready for compliments from your visitors and household.
Smoke color is a favorite. Popular for the subtle transparency and darker outlines at corners, the Louis armchair is particularly elegant in this color. Go a step beyond neutral with the ghostly beauty of a whisper of smoke coloring the ironic and iconic Phillipe Starck chair design that launched a thousand shipments, placing millions of chairs worldwide.