Internationally acclaimed French creator, designer and architect, Philippe Starck is untiring and rebellious citizen of the world, who considers it his duty to share his ethical and subversive vision of a fairer planet, creates unconventional places and objects whose purpose is to be “good” before being beautiful.
Most of Philippe Starck designs have become cult objects, and his hotels are timeless icons that have added a new dimension to the global cityscape. Found in the most prestigious locations all around the globe, Starck’s genius interior design projects are truly outstanding, breaking through the old design concepts and always surprising.
With over 30 years of career in design, Starck has many restaurant and hotel projects to his credit, including the Royalton in New York (1988), the Delano in Miami designed in 1995, the Mondrian in Los Angeles, the St Martin’s Lane in London from 1999, the Sanderson, also in London, designed in 2000, and the complete 2001 renovation of the historic Clift in San Francisco with its updated art-deco bar, the Redwood Room. In South America, Philippe Starck designed the inside and outside of the Hotel Fasano in Rio de Janeiro in 2007 using materials such as wood, glass and marble. He then turned his attention to luxury hotels: in 2008, Hôtel Meurice and the Royal Monceau in 2010. Bon (2000), Mori Venice Bar (2006) and Le Paradis du Fruit (2009) in France and notable Katsuya in Los Angeles (2006) are just some examples of his stunning restaurant projects.
Take a look at a collection of 50 interior design projects by Philippe Starck we prepared for you. We selected some of the great and inspiring residential and hospitality designs you will certainly love!
ENJOY: Covet House
Starck‘s black and white themed hospitality design project for Yoo Hotel and Residences Worldwide Project