Distinctive, roomy and comfortable, the Masters Chair combines beautiful lines from three contemporary masterpieces: Arne Jacobsen’s Series 7 Chair, Eero Saarinen’s Tulip Armchair, and Charles Eames’s Eiffel Chair. The Masters Chair is designed by Eugeni Quitilet and Philippe Stark. Work by Starck is featured in the Museum’s collection. Suitable for indoor and outdoor use. Made by Kartell.
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Originally a nightclub designer in the 1970s, Philippe Starck
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(b. 1949) became widely known in the 1980s for projects ranging from the French president's private headquarters to the Café Costes in Paris. When he made his curvybacked, spikelegged chair the centerpiece of design for the café in 1984, both chair and café became famous overnight. He is also known for interiors, such as the Royalton and Paramount hotels in New York and for product designs including furniture for Kartell, Driade, and Flos crystal for Daum cutlery for Sasaki and domestic wares for Alessi.