Chair, by Philippe Starck for Disform, model Miss Dorn, 1982

Reference : K

DESIGNER : Philippe Starck

EDITEUR : Disform

The Miss Dorn chair, named after a character in Philip K. Dick's science fiction novel Ubik, was designed by the French designer Philippe Starck in 1982. 

The following year, this model was produced by the Spanish publisher Disform. The black color and geometric curves of its metal structure reflect Starck's desire to reach a certain purification and simplification of forms.


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Product details


  • Height 70 cm
  • Lenght 53 cm
  • Depth 48 cm
  • Designer Philippe Starck
  • Manufacturer Disform
  • Style French design
  • Years of design 1980 to 1989
  • Condition Vintage
  • Material Metal
  • Color Black