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Sir Gio

Sir Gio table by Kartell. Transparent or mass-colored thermoplastic technopolymer structure , stratified glass top. Design: Philippe Starck.

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Assembly Difficulty: Easy Assembling
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The table designed by Philippe Starck represents yet another innovative twist in the use of polycarbonate. The central base is produced using a mould of elevated technological innovation: the moulded plastic material ensures excellent performance and stability to support a glass top measuring 120 cm. The table offers various possible combinations: in fact, the base is available in 2 finishes (transparent and fumé) for teaming up with 5 tops in the colour variants of bronze, dusty pink, fumé, green or yellow. By mixing the colours, it is possible to achieve different solutions and create highly colourful tables for young, more informal interiors, or more classical versions perfectly suited to elegant, minimalist rooms. One table that lends itself to a wide range of applications.


Model and Dimensions:

-3275 ROUND TABLE: Diameter 120 x heigh 72 cm

-3276 SQUARE TABLE: Widht 120 x depth 120 x heigh 72 cm


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Package number 2
Weight 53Kg
Volume 0.401 mc
Design Philippe Starck
Shipping Amount 1
Assembly Difficulty Easy Assembling
Availability Approximately 3 weeks for production
Country of manufacture Italy
Size 120x72120
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Philippe Starck

Born on January 18, 1949 in Paris, Philippe Starck is considered the number one designer in Europe, in addition to carrying out activities as an architect by designing (he has designed numerous premises in Paris, New York and Tokyo).

Still a student at the Notre Dame of Saint Croix in Neully, he creates a company of inflatable structures financed by the French actor Lino Ventura. In 1970 he created the "Easy Light" lighting system, before his creations were edited. In 1981, the meeting with Jean-Louis Costes, allows Starck to conceive, three years after the renovation of the famous Café Costes, in the Place des Innocents, in the first constituency of Paris.It is winner of important prizes such as the Grand Prix National de the Création Industrielle (1988) and the Honor Award of the American Institute of Architects in 1992 for the Paramount Hotel in New York. He holds an important teaching activity.
In 2000 he redesigned the entire collection of Emeco, the American company considered an American classic, which produces the legendary Navy chair, the hand-finished aluminum chair designed for the US Navy that is found in Hollywood films, in New York bars, in the villas of Frank Gehry.