Win a Philippe Starck Louis Ghost chair

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The Louis Ghost chair designed by Philippe Starck for Kartell in 2002.

The Louis Ghost chair designed by Philippe Starck for Kartell in 2002. Image: Kartell

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The Louis Ghost chair designed by Philippe Starck for Kartell in 2002.

The Louis Ghost chair designed by Philippe Starck for Kartell in 2002. Image: Kartell

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The Louis Ghost chair designed by Philippe Starck for Kartell in 2002.

The Louis Ghost chair designed by Philippe Starck for Kartell in 2002. Image: Kartell

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It has revisited tradition, defied technology and become the most famous, not to mention the most widely sold design chair, in the world. Kartell and French designer, Philippe Starck, succeeded in an undertaking that seemed impossible - bringing the Louis XV style back to life in the essentiality of plastic for a product that is always topical.

To celebrate the opening of the new Backhouse Earle Street showroom in Parnell and the 10th Anniversary of the Louis Ghost chair, Backhouse is giving away one chair, valued at RRP$634.

Email urbiscomps@agm.co.nz with your name and contact details to go into the draw. Competition closes on 01 November, 2012.

See competition terms and conditions.


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