Starck
Philippe

FRANCE  
Philippe Starck

1949 Paris (FR)
Philippe Starck studied at the Ecole Camondo in 1968 but is essentially autodidact. In the seventies, he was mainly known as interior designer but in 1979, he founded 'Starck Product' and became also interested in architecture. In 1982, he decorated the private apartments of President Mitterand at the Elysée. He designed the famous 'Costes' chair in 1984 for the Cafe Costes in Paris. He became internationally renowned in the eighties as furniture designer, interior designer and architect.
He designed furniture for Vitra, Driade, Baleri, Disform, Cassina, Alessi, Thomson, Idée...
Philippe Starck's studio
18/20, rue du Faubourg du Temple
75011 Paris
FRANCE
T 33 (0) 1 48 07 54 54
F 33 (0) 1 48 07 54 64
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Philippe Starck
Samsonite by Starck
Philippe Starck has dreamed up a line of luggage that combines the ultimate in elegance with the expertise of Samsonite.
FURNITURE [6]
LIGHTING [1]
ACCESSORIES [6]
APPLIANCES [2]
'Dr. Skud' Free-Standing Flyswatter Courtesy P & A Collection

'Dr. Skud' Free-Standing Flyswatter


D E S I G N E R
Philippe Starck

P R O D U C E R

Alessi, Italy
1998

M A T E R I A L   A N D   D I M E N S I O N S
plastic
Height 44 cm
'Excalibur' Toilet Brush Courtesy P & A Collection

'Excalibur' Toilet Brush


D E S I G N E R
Philippe Starck

P R O D U C E R

Heller, United States
1993

M A T E R I A L   A N D   D I M E N S I O N S
plastic
Height 43 cm
'Hudson' Chair Courtesy Emeco

'Hudson' Chair


D E S I G N E R
Philippe Starck

P R O D U C E R

Emeco, United States
2000

M A T E R I A L
aluminum
'Icon' Chair Courtesy Emeco

'Icon' Chair


D E S I G N E R
Philippe Starck

P R O D U C E R

Emeco, United States
2006

M A T E R I A L
aluminum
'Juicy Salif' Lemon Squeezer Courtesy P & A Collection

'Juicy Salif' Lemon Squeezer


D E S I G N E R
Philippe Starck

P R O D U C E R

Alessi, Italy
1990

M A T E R I A L   A N D   D I M E N S I O N S
aluminum
Diameter 14 cm - Height 29 cm

a comment of Fern :
I love my juicer. It was given to me by a good friend to remind me that everything that works well does not have to be boring in style. I use it often - the non-skid rubber pads on the legs work well, the juice flows down to the glass I place at the bottom of the point. I have read that critics pan this design as being yet another one of Starck's cheecky designs that does not work well - but I would argue that it does. I delight in using it!
 

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