The Parc de la Villette in the 19th arrondissement of Paris houses one of the largest concentration of cultural venues, including Europe's largest science museum, concert venues, and the Conservatoire de Paris. It was designed by French architect Bernard Tschumi in the 80s. For this urban project, Philippe Starck designed cast aluminum swivel chairs, which were produced by Fontes de Paris. Known as Chaises La Villette, they represent Starck’s vision as the most celebrated designer of the 80s for design which is whimsical, sophisticated, and mass-produced. One of these chairs is not offered by Wright Chicago in its upcoming sale of Living Contemporary.