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Door levers and handles by famous architects and designers.

Hot Bertaa Kettle Philippe Starck (French, born 1949) 1987. Cast aluminum, silicone resin and polyamide, 10 x 12 1/2 x 6 5/8” (25.4 x 31.7 x 16.8 cm). Manufactured by Officina Alessi, Italy. David Whitney Collection, Gift of David Whitney

I've wanted this kettle ever since learning about Alessi in design class while studying abroad in milan. so unnecessary but so quirky and cute.

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Swirl Faucet Beautifies Water Conservation

This eco-friendly faucet adds simple beauty to conservation by creating beautiful geometric shapes in running water.

Another example of ingenious design by Phillippe Starck, these fabulous Masters Chairs are a hybrid of 3 iconic Kartell chair designs. Comfortable, generous and welcoming with its interweaving shapes these chairs would fit well in any room.

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El diseñador Philippe Starck dice estar trabajando en nuevo un producto "revolucionario" para Apple

Philippe Patrick Starck (born January 18, 1949, Paris) is a French product designer and probably the best known designer in the New Design style. His designs range from interior designs to mass produced consumer goods such as toothbrushes, chairs, and even houses. He was educated in Paris at the École Camondo and in 1968, he founded his first design firm, which specialized in inflatable objects. In 1969, he became art director of his firm along with Pierre Cardin.

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Starck Chair

Philippe Starck - Pat Conley Ⅱ for XO Philippe Stark is my FAVORITE Designer!! - Angela

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25 Creative Product Designs

Auslaufmodel by Alexander Nettesheim

Functional and made of materials used in modern architecture that could be mass-produced while remaining attractive and comfortable. The movement was concerned not only with design but also with materials. It recognized that mass production was most suited to industrial products such as chrome, steel, plastic, and glass. Slim lines, a bold streamlined look, and a highly functional character typify modern furniture.focused on new industrial materials, machine production.

one of the rare designs by Stark, I actually like: Walter Wayle II Wall Clock Philippe Starck, 1990