John Ild two-panel bookcase by Starck for Disform, 1977

Reference : K0457

DESIGNER : Philippe Starck

Producer : Disform

The Jonh Ild double bookcase is one of the first of its kind designed by Starck in his career. Published by Disform in 1982, this piece takes its name from Philip K. Dick's science fiction novel, Ubik. The designer makes a lot of references to it in several of his creations. The structure of the piece consists of two metal tube uprights, supporting five wooden shelves. The whole, simply placed against a wall, is lacquered in black.


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Product details


  • Height 220 cm
  • Width 210 cm
  • Depth 40 cm
  • Designer Philippe Starck
  • Manufacturer Disform
  • Style French design
  • Years of design 1977
  • Country of origin France
  • Condition Vintage
  • Color Black