Driade

Driade, an Italian furniture company founded in 1968, is named the Italian word for a dryad, or tree nymph. Their eclectic, contemporary designs are creative, sculptural, and useful, and they work with renowned designers like Philippe Starck, Patricia Urquiola, Ron Arad, and Ludovica and Roberto Palomba. 

Driade Olly Tango

Driade Cam El Eon

Driade Pratfall fauteuil

The Olly Tango chair was designed by Philippe Starck, 1993 for the Italian company Driade. It's a stackable chair (max 4 pcs) with chromed tubular steel structure and a shell in curved plywood. The Olly Tango is for indoor use only.

This Driade Cam El Eon was designed by Philippe Starck in 1999. It's a light and durable chair, also stackable up to a max of 4 pcs. Cam El Eon has a casted aluminum frame coated in metallic grey and has an anthracite-colored polypropylene seat. The chair is suitable for as well as in-and outdoors.

The Pratfall is a large fauteuil derived from its smaller counterpart, the Costes chair. Like the Costes also the Pratfall was originally designed by Philippe Starck for Cafe Costes in Paris. It was designed with three legs so that waiters at the cafe would not have as many legs to trip over! It has a black lacquered steel frame with a curved beech lacquered back. Leather-covered polyurethane foam cushion.