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MY WORLD

MY WORLD


The My World Sofa was created by the talented French designer Philippe Starck for the Italian furniture company Cassi

collection: I Contemporanei

designer: Philippe Starck

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MyWorld is a living space system, an invitation to comfort, yet at the same time to concentration. It is a challenge that reflects the needs and habits of an ever-changing world in which work and leisure time play an key role. It is system of large, inviting and comfortable chairs and sofas. Additional cushions are available, square in shape with goose down padding to allow for free stylistic interpretation. There is also a series of accessories that off er comfort, functionality and can meet the most modern needs, thanks to the cabled versions, as well as providing a good level of privacy, with screens that can be positioned around the sofas and armchairs to create islands of seclusion.

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177 CM
90 CM
80 CM
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Philippe Starck

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Philippe Starck

Parigi 1949 “Subversive, ethical, ecological, political, fun: this is how I see my duty as a creator.” Philippe Starck. Despite his thousands of projects - completed or in the making - his global fame and his tireless protean inventiveness, never forget the essential. Philippe Starck has a mission and a vision: creation, whatever shape it takes, must make life better for the largest number of people possible. Starck believes this highly poetic, political, rebellious, benevolent, pragmatic and subversive duty must be borne by all and he resumes it with the humour that has accompanied his approach since the earliest days: “No one is forced to be a genius, but everyone has to take part.”