Viscount of Wood dining table L240cm


Brand : Kartell

Designer : Philippe Starck


Bring the warmth of natural wood into your home with the Kartell Viscount of Wood Dining Table from Phillipe Starck.
Combining a minimalist metal frame with a slim wooden top, the Kartell Viscount of Wood Dining Table has been imbued with a regal bearing by designer Philippe Starck, elegantly merging two distinct forms into a single cohesive whole. Utilising the latest advances in technology, Starck has created a sustainable table with a rich, textured aesthetic.
The table is the perfect centrepiece for any dining space, particularly when combined with Kartell’s extensive range of dining chairs.

Dimensions: H72cm,  L240 x W100cm

Materials & finishes
Dining table with chrome or black-painted steel frame, with varnished wood veneered top surrounding wood with MDF inner support. Top in Ash-Walnut or Brown

Philippe Patrick Starck (born 1949 in Paris) is a French product designer and probably the best known designer in the New Design style. His designs range from spectacular interior designs to mass produced consumer goods such as toothbrushes, chairs, and even houses. He was educated in Paris at École Nissim de Camondo and in 1968, he founded his first design firm, which specialized in inflatable objects. In 1969, he became art director of his firm along with Pierre Cardin. Starck's career started to climb in earnest in 1982 when he designed the interior for the private apartments of the French President François Mitterrand. Starck has worked independently as an interior designer and as a product designer since 1975. Most notably, in 2002, he created a number of relatively inexpensive product designs for the large American retailer Target Stores. His most recent designs include an optical mouse for Microsoft, yachts, and new packaging for a beer company. He was also commissioned to design the Virgin Galactic spaceport in New Mexico.


’Kartell - The Culture of Plastics’’… In just over 50 years, this famous Italian company has revolutionised plastic, elevating it and propelling it into the refined world of luxury. Today, Kartell has more than a hundred showrooms all over the world and a good number of its creations have become cult pieces on display in the most prestigious museums. The famous Kartell Louis Ghost armchair has the most sales for armchairs in the world, with 1.5 million sales! Challenging the material, constantly researching new tactile, visual and aesthetic effects - Kartell faces every challenge! With more than 60 years of experience of dealing with plastic.