In the design of the chair “bo” starck starts from the canonical rules for stacking chairs as closer front legs, rear legs positioned externally to edge of the seat, but immediately changes them into an expedient measure to characterize the project. bo takes, in fact, a special shot, taking advantage of its enlargement where the seat becomes backres. analyzing “bo” we then forget its stackability even if, when necessary, it succeeds without any “formal effort”.
Most likely influenced by his father, who worked as an aircraft engineer, Starck studied at the École Nissim de Camondo, Paris, and in 1968 set up his first company, which produced inflatable objects. Always interested in design as a total concept, in the 1970s he made a reputation for himself by creating interiors for clients such as the Paris nightclubs La Main Bleue (1976) and Les Bains-Douches (1978).