Philippe Starck (né en 1949)
Cristal soufflé et verre taillé et collé
Dépôt du Centre national des arts plastiques, 2001
Inv. FNAC 89096-1
© MAD, Paris / photo: Jean Tholance
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Philippe Starck’s designs for Daum concentrate on the association of two elements, a horn blown in crystal, poetically called “étrangeté” (“strangeness”) connected by cold sticking against or under a plaque of flat industrial glass. An entire family of objects, vases, vase-tables, was born from this encounter. Developed in several colours and produced in editions of 50 numbered examples small format versions were then created in unlimited series.