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architect , product designer

Philippe Patrick Starck, French product designer, architect. Named one of The 100 Agents of Change, Rolling Stone magazine, 2009; recipient International Hotel & Restaurant award, 2008, Lifetime Achievement award, The Designer magazine, 2009; honoree, Fashion Group International, Inc., 2008.

Background

Starck, Philippe Patrick was born on January 18, 1949 in Paris.

Education

Graduate, École Nissim de Camondo, Paris.

Career

Founder, designer, art director Ubik, Paris, since 1968.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Product designer stylized toothbrushes, 1989, Juicy Salif, Alessi Company, Italy, 1990, optical mouse, Microsoft Corporation, 2004, products for Target Stores/Target Corporation, 2002, VIOlight toothbrush sanitizer, 2004 (Industrial Design Excellence award, 2005), iPod/iPhone wireless speakers, 2008, individual wind turbine, Pramac energy group, 2008, Starck watches, Fossil, Incorporated, furniture designs include Louis Ghost chair, Eros chair, Bubble Club sofa, La Bohème stool, Mr Impossible chair (Good Design award, Chgoo. Athenaeum, 2008), interior designer private apartments of French President François Mitterrand, 1982, (restaurants) Café Costes, Paris, 1984, Felix at The Peninsula Hong Kong, (hotels) Royalton Hotel, New York City, 1988, Delano Hotel, South Beach, Florida, 1995, Mondrian Hotel, Los Angeles, 1996, St. Martins Lane, London, 1999, The Sanderson, London, 2000, SLS Hotels, since 2007, SLS Los Angeles at Beverly Hills, 2008, Clift, San Francisco, The Paramount, New York City, Hudson Hotel, New York City.