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Miss Trip Chair

Miss Trip, designed by Philippe Starck and introduced in 1996, represents a revolutionary approach to materials. No tools are needed to assemble this iconic chair. wood and Innovative design and production techniques allow the wooden legs to lock into the plastic seat and the wooden back with only pressure.

DESIGNER |Philippe Starck, 1996

Miss Trip Chair

H 33.5″
W 16.5″
D 15.75″

Miss Trip, designed by Philippe Starck and introduced in 1996, represents a revolutionary approach to materials. No tools are needed to assemble this iconic chair. wood and Innovative design and production techniques allow the wooden legs to lock into the plastic seat and the wooden back with only pressure.

The inherent elasticity of the materials creates a comfortable seat. It’s elegant design and easy assembly, makes the whimsically named Miss Trip ideal for any setting in the home, and highly practical for restaurants and cafes. The chair is produced by Italian manufacturer Kartell.

Philippe Starck

Born in Paris in 1949, Philippe Starck studied at Notre Dame de Sainte Croix in Neuilly and Ecole Nissim de Camondo in Paris.

Starck launched his career designing nightclubs, cafes and apartments in Paris, and later in the United States. In the 1980s and 1990s he gained widespread recognition for his product design and collaborations with Alessi, Kartell and Vitra.

Starck’s driving theme is that everything should be organized elegantly and rigorously. This includes human relationships as much as in the vision that presides over every creative gesture.

Miss Trip Chair  | c.1996

Manufacturer

Original: Kartell | Italy
Current: Kartell | Italy

Build

Dimensions: 16.5″W x 15.75″D x 33.5″H
Material: polypropylene seat, wood plywood back, wooden legs