Galerie Parallèle offers a selection of furniture corresponding to the vintage design of the 1980s-1990s. The catalogue includes chairs, sofas, armchairs, stools, dining tables, coffee tables and storage units by the greatest European designers of the 20th century such as Philippe Starck, Jean-Michel Wilmotte, Pascal Mourgue, Nemo (François Scali and Alain Domingo).

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    DESIGNER : Philippe Starck MANUFACTURER : VIA Stool, model Ara by Philippe Starck for the French publisher VIA (Valorisation de l'innovation dans l'ameublement) dating from 1985. The shape is the one of a stool turned over. The drawings on each side are the work of his daughter Ara when she was 3 years old. This piece is made of skin-molded polyurethane, an innovation for the time. The corners show signs of wear.  

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    DESIGNER : Philippe Starck Producer : 3 Suisses Cette table de repas est dessinée par Philippe Starck en 1982. Il s'agit du modèle Joe Ship probablement édité par les 3 Suisses ou XO. Le nom est une énième référence au livre de science-fiction Ubik à travers le personnage Joe Chip.  Le plateau en verre sablé est pris en étau par les pieds en métal. Ce meuble est dans un bon état.

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    DESIGNER : Philippe Starck Producer : Driade The Romantica chair by Philippe Starck is published by Driade between 1988 and 1993. The seat composed of a single sheet of aluminum gives it a great lightness. This purified aspect is accentuated by the monochrome character of the piece. However, Starck emphasizes the assembly with the structure by rivets. Thus, the Romantica chair by its color, its forms and materials used appears as a technical object, industrial. It recalls the structure of an aircraft. Philippe Starck may be paying tribute to his father, an aeronautical engineer, or to his own interest in aviation.

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    DESIGNER : Philippe Starck EDITEUR : Disform The Miss Dorn chair was designed by Philippe Starck in 1982. It is produced by the Spanish publisher Disform in 1983. The name of the model refers once again to the science fiction novel Ubik by Philip K. Dick. Through the color black and geometric shapes, we see the will of Starck to tend towards a certain form of simplicity. 

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    DESIGNER : Philippe Starck EDITEUR : Daum Philippe Starck creates a series of pieces for the Daum crystal factory. They are first produced in 50 numbered copies and then in smaller sizes in unlimited series like this one. These objects are the result of an association of two elements. A blown horn called étrangeté, associated by cold gluing against or under a glass plate. From these two pieces Starck creates other models like Une étrangeté sous un mur.

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    DESIGNER : Philippe Starck Producer : Driade In 1988, the Royalton Hotel was completely renovated by Philippe Starck at the request of Ian Schrager. This model furnished the lobby, the lounges and the restaurant of the hotel in New York. It is edited by Driade between 1991 and 1995. The structure is made of mahogany like a large part of the hotel. Starck wanted to recall the navy, important in the history of New York. The back legs are made of cast aluminum.

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    DESIGNER : Philippe Starck EDITEUR : Disform The Wendy Wright chair dates from 1986. It is produced by the Spanish publisher Disform. The name of the model refers to Ubik, a science fiction novel written by Philip K. Dick. This one plays an important role in Starck's creations. It is characterized by a central leg, a possibility he re-explored through the Jane Paille. The other three legs are attached to a curved metal rod that forms the backrest. The seat is made of a simple metal sheet. 

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    DESIGNER : Pascal Mourgue  EDITEUR : Forum Diffusion This armchair is designed by Pascal Mourgue. It is the Contrast model which also exists in chair and rocking chair. This model is published from 1982 by Pamco Interior, Scarabat and Forum Diffusion. The designer said about this series to Sophie Anargyros: "Simplicity in form, play with a square and a circle, but drawn by hand: inscribe tensions. Working with wood, glued laminated and solid: a material whose constraints we know so well that they are integrated from the start, at the time of design. On some projects, we have to adapt the idea to the necessities of the material, it's quite different."

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    DESIGNER : Philippe Starck EDITEUR : Daum Philippe Starck designed a series of pieces for the glass manufacturer Daum, notably the vase Une étrangeté contre un mur. This model is produced in 50 numbered copies. There is also a smaller format in unlimited series. Starck will also realize other objects for this crystal factory as Une etrangeté sous un mur. 

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    DESIGNER : Philippe Starck Producer : Driade This armchair is designed by Philippe Starck. It is produced by the Italian publisher Driade from 1987. It is the model J of the series Lang, Minister of Culture at the time. In this series, Starck also made the M table. The back legs are made of molten aluminum, an element that can be found on the Royalton chair or Ed Archer. More widely Starck has often used this material in his creations. The black leather structure is in good condition.

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    DESIGNER : Philippe Starck Producer : Driade Table model M of the series Lang, Minister of Culture at the time, designed by Philippe Starck. It is produced by the Italian publisher Driade between 1987 and 1994. The sandblasted glass top rests on 3 cast aluminum legs, a recurrent element in Starck's creations. This table also exists in square and rectangular versions.

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    DESIGNER : Philippe Starck Producer : Disform This shelf is designed 1982 by Philippe Starck. A first version is born thanks to VIA before being edited by Habitat from 1985. It is characterized by a central foot topped by a small purely decorative crest. This one supports five shelves in median painted with a polyurethane paint. 

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    DESIGNER : Philippe Starck Producer : Disform The John Ild model was designed by Philippe Starck in 1977. The name is a reference to the science fiction book Ubik which plays an important role in its creation. It is published by Disform from 1982. The structure is composed of two black metal tube uprights simply placed against a wall. It includes 5 shelves in black lacquered wood. It is the first library designed by Starck.  

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    DESIGNER : Philippe Starck EDITEUR : Disform The name of this coffee table whose model dates from 1978 is that of one of the characters of the science fiction book Ubik by Philip Kindred Dick. This work plays an important role in Starck's creations. This piece is composed of four metal legs topped by a sphere in molded polyurethane. This material prevents the glass tray from slipping.  

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    DESIGNER : Philippe Starck Producer : Disform This John Ild shelf was designed by Philippe Starck in 1977. The name of this model refers to the science fiction book Ubik. This bookcase is edited by Disform from 1982. The structure is composed of two black metal tube supports simply placed against a wall. It includes 5 gray trays. It is the first bookcase designed by Starck.  

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    DESIGNER : Philippe Starck Producer : 3 Suisses Pair of armchairs designed by the French designer Philippe Starck. It is the model Len Niggelman, character of the book Ubik, published by the 3 Suisses between 1985 and 1986. The structure is made of wood, foam and cream leather. This color is rarer than the black we usually find. The aluminum legs are stamped Starck. This pair is in vintage condition.

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    DESIGNER : Philippe Starck PRODUCER : Driade The Sarapis model designed by Philippe Starck exists in three versions more or less high. It is published by Driade from 1986. This bar stool is made of steel and steel tubes enamelled grey anthracite. The square seat is a kind of grid and the straight base has small supports for the feet.

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