Your journey begins here!

Personalize your experience by creating an account with Eurasia Concept.

One of us?

Please log in if you already have an account.

Product Customization

Nulla porttitor accumsan tincidunt. Curabitur non nulla sit amet nisl tempus convallis quis ac lectus. Curabitur aliquet quam id dui posuere blandit. Sed porttitor lectus nibh. Mauris blandit aliquet elit, eget tincidunt nibh pulvinar a.

Color Variations

Material Variations

Book an Appointment

Have a question about this product? Please leave your contact information and our Sales team will get back to you as soon as possible

Volage (High Headboard & Lights)

Volage (High Headboard & Lights)


L26-L27 Volage Cassina Bed L26-L27 Volage designed by Philippe Starck for Cassina is a collection of beds with Capitonné headboard available in different sizes. Upholstery in fabric or leather. KTribe lamps by Flos can be attached to the headboards. Frame in extruded aluminium.

collection: I Contemporanei

designer: Philippe Starck

available

SHARE:

product details

Beds with frame in extruded aluminium, covered in fabric or leather. The legs are in die-cast polished aluminium Capitonné headboards to be fixed to the wall, available in di¦erent sizes; fabric or leather covers. KTribe lamps by Philippe Starck for Flos can be attached to the headboards. They are in polished aluminium or in di¦erent materials and colours. Glass bedside table with polished aluminium base and a padded bench, capitonné fabric or leather.

dimensions
220 CM
260 CM
190 CM
CASS00090000005-Cassina-Volage-Dimension-1
01 / 01
Philippe Starck

Designer

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.”