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Miss Lacy
Miss Lacy
Driade >
Philippe Starck >
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Patterned shell in stainless steel casting and tubular legs in stainless steel, completely mirror polished and then metallized in polished copper finish made using Sputtering technology. Indoor use only. W. 58 D. 58 H. 77; seat H. 44,5

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Obtained from the ancient lost wax casting technique, Miss Lacy represents and makes accessible a baroque lace by transforming it into an embracing shell. Characterized by the expertly pierced shiny mirrored stainless steel. It is unique that compares more to a jewel than to a functional object. The mold for lost wax makes this easychair particularly valuable considering that every piece arises from a new mold that, at the entrance of steel, liquefies. The tapered legs are then welded to the shell, once polished, and the final result is a perfect monoblock, because the steel makes it possible to conceal the joints. It is one of the products with the highest level of craftsmanship of the entire Driade collection.

Stainless steel casting flower patterned shell and tubular stainless steel legs.
W. 58 / 22,8"
D. 58 / 22,8"
H. 77 / 30,3"
Seat H. 44,5 / 17,5"

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