Philippe Starck and Aleph Ubik 3 Leg Dining/ Occasional Table "Titos Apostos"


Made By

Driade (Manufacturer), Philippe Starck (Designer), Aleph Ubik (Workshop/Studio)




French architect, Philippe Starck, is best known for is wide range of buildings, interior design, and household objects. From restaurants to hotels, furniture to space modules, the French designer Philippe Starck has put his ingenious stamp on more than 10,000 designs. Starck's work is seen in the collections of European and American museums, including the Musée National d'Art Moderne, the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris, the MOMA and the Brooklyn Museum in New York City, the Vitra Design Museum in Basel and the Design Museum in London. This piece was designed by Starck’s design company Aleph Ubik and manufactured by Driade in the 1980s. The table is titled the “Titos Apostos Dining Table” and is labeled on the underside. We also have the stool that was part of the same collection and titled “Mickvill” available.


H 28.5 in. x Diameter 33.5 in.