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Philippe Starck's Milan Design Week Debut

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A follow-up to Philippe Starck’s now-legendary Broom chair from 2012—noted for being made of reclaimed polypropylene from discarded industrial materials—the new Broom stool offers the same sustainable highlights at bar-stool and counter heights, with a lower seat back. $350;


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