Philippe Starck

Philippe Starck is a prolific designer, known most notably for his industrial design objects and interiors. He has worked on a number of hotels, including the SLS in Beverly Hills, Hudson and Paramount in New York, Delano in Miami, and many others. These engage playful materials and furnishings, often bespoke designs by Starck. Starck's explorations in product design and furniture have expansive breadth in material, form, cost, and scale. He designed a series of whimsically-functional household products and children's accessories for Target in 2002, bringing his work to the masses at very modest prices. The Louis Ghost Chair for Kartell, made in lucite, has become another icon, bringing a postmodern and affordable approach to the traditional Louis XVI armchairs. In the world of luxury, Starck has also made their mark. Grand furniture pieces for Cassina, juicers and beyond for Alessi, 18k gold-plated lamps for Flos, and others have become noteworthy and important designs for the past decades.

At Rarify, Starck's works can be found among both the new and classic collections. Starck's designs for Emeco are available, including the Hudson chairs and Broom series.




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