Alessi’s Dédé doorstop is a perfect combination of functionality and evocative creativity. Designed by Philippe Starck originally in 1994, Dédé seems to be pondering whether to go in or out, whether to close or open the door. The sculptural Dédé doorstop is made of thermoplastic resin.
Dédé doorstop, black
- Thermoplastic resin
- 17,5 cm
- 16,5 cm
- 17,5 cm
- 2 kg
The french designer Philippe Starck (b. 1949) studied in École Nissim de Camondo in Paris and stayed in Paris after his studies. He became famous for his style and even the president Francois Mitterand asked him to design a suite to his palace. Starck became one of the most famous designers of that time and designed everything from apartment blocks, homes, domestic products and hotels.
In the 80s and 90s Starck started working for Kartell. The cooperation was built on the company’s will to create eco-friendly, contemporary plastic furniture and the designer's particular style. One of the most iconic designs of our time, the transparent Louis Ghost chair, was one of the results of the cooperation with Kartell.View all products