Richard III by Cerruti Baleri
The very essence of sterotypical middleclass decor, the object as a mask, a technological jack-in-the-box. These are the ingredients of this esplosive cocktail created by Starck, in his most brilliant design phase, from the emotion conveyed to him by the sight of battered old armchairs abandoned on the streets of bourgeois areas of Paris. He gives this item new life, presenting it as a gift to President Mitterand for the Reading room of his private apartment at the Elysée. Starck at his most radical, for the first time industrially produced. “A product with an extraordinary iconic power.” Enrico Morteo
Armchair completely moulded in rigid structural polyurethane, painted with polyurethane enamel in matt black or metallic silver. Cushion in expanded polyurethane and dacron, covered with customer fabric, black technical fabric, black or white leather.