Starck reality

March 1999
Cabinet Maker;03/12/99, Issue 5129, p18
Trade Publication
Features items exhibited at a furniture exhibit in London, England, by designer Philippe Starck. Starck's choice of furniture materials; Starck's reputation as a furniture designer; Stylistic progress of Starck's work; Comparison with Starck's early works.


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