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Lecture class about Philippe Starck

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  • 1. STARCKmercredi, 23 novembre 2011
  • 2. STARCKmercredi, 23 novembre 2011
  • 3. Philippe STARCK Born on January 18th 1949 in Paris father André Starck (airplane conceptor) mother Jacqueline Lanourisse father of Ara, Oa and K. Studied in Ecole Nissim de Camondo in Paris (France) Creation of Starck Products in 1979 Creation of UBIK in 1983STARCKmercredi, 23 novembre 2011
  • 4. An honest, enthusiastic citizen of todays world, he considers it his duty to share with us his subversive vision of a better world which is his alone and yet which fits up like a glove.STARCKmercredi, 23 novembre 2011
  • 5. He is tireless in changing the realities of our daily life, sublimating our roots and the deepest wellsprings of our being into his changes. He turns the toothbrush into a noble object, squeezes lemons but the " wrong " way, and even makes our TV sets more fun to be with when he brings his " emotional style " into Thomsons electronic world.STARCKmercredi, 23 novembre 2011
  • 6. He also takes time out to change our pasta, our ash- trays, lamps, toothbrushes, door handles, cutlery, candlesticks, kettles, knives, vases, clocks, scooters, motorcycles, desks, beds, taps, baths, toilets … in short, our whole life.STARCKmercredi, 23 novembre 2011
  • 7. A life that he finds increasingly fascinating, which has brought him now closer to the human body with clothes, underwear, shoes, glasses, watches, food, toiletries et al., still determined that his designs shall, as ever, respect the nature and the future of mankind.STARCKmercredi, 23 novembre 2011
  • 8. PhilosophySTARCKmercredi, 23 novembre 2011
  • 9. You wanna talk design? I hate that! You might as well go home. La la la la laSTARCKmercredi, 23 novembre 2011
  • 10. "We have to replace beauty, which is a cultural concept, with goodness, which is a humanist concept.“ By good objects qualitatively but also good for the persons who are going to live with them- " the object must allow the person to open up, to be himself and to be happier ".STARCKmercredi, 23 novembre 2011
  • 11. " Today, the designer does not have to be the accomplice any more of the industry so that things are sold better but above all, he must ask the question of the legitimacy of the objects to exist Im trying to move towards making objects which are honest, objects for non- consumers, for modern rebels ".STARCKmercredi, 23 novembre 2011
  • 12. Im trying to move towards making objects which are honest, objects for non- consumers, for modern rebelsSTARCKmercredi, 23 novembre 2011
  • 13. Tomorrow there will be lessSTARCKmercredi, 23 novembre 2011
  • 14. The material without is double, the idea, which provides all is meaning, is a phenomenon emptied of its contentSTARCKmercredi, 23 novembre 2011
  • 15. MeaningSTARCKmercredi, 23 novembre 2011
  • 16. Semiotic Square The structuralist semiotician Algirdas Greimas introduced the semiotic square (which he adapted from the logical square of scholastic philosophy) as a means of analysing paired concepts more fully (Greimas 1987, xiv, 49). The semiotic square is intended to map the logical conjunctions and disjunctions relating key semantic features in a text.. Whilst this suggests that the possibilities for signification in a semiotic system are richer than the either/or of binary logic, but that they are nevertheless subject to semiotic constraints - deep structures providing basic axes of signification.mercredi, 23 novembre 2011
  • 17. Semiotic Square Assertion Negation S S1 S2 contrariety complementarily complementarily contra diction -S2 -S1 Non-Assertion Non-Negation Not Smercredi, 23 novembre 2011
  • 18. Semiotic Square Beautiful ugly S1 S2 contrariety complementarily complementarily contra diction -S2 -S1 Non-ugly Non-beautifulmercredi, 23 novembre 2011
  • 19. Semiotic Square Typology of Starck design Referential design contrariety Mythical design Regime of the representation Regime of the construction Endomorphic dimension Shape represents the Logical function Shape ( re ) creates the Logical function, Exomorphic dimension Logic of correspondence and equivalence Logic of shock and break down, Existential Utilitarian valuation of the object Examples Valuation of the object razor Braun, Examples The toothbrush Fluocaril, iuicy Salif, robot Marie ( Moulinex) Hot Bertaa ( Starck) contra diction Substantial design Oblique design Regime of the non-construction Regime of the non-representation, Shape incorporates the Logical function Shape extends beyond the Logical function, Logic of conformation Logic of surprise, Critical Valuation of the object Playful Valuation of the object Examples La Marie ( Starck), Examples Mister Meumeu, Richard reads, Louis XX, Perrier ( Szekely) This is not a wheelbarrow ( Starck), the whistling kettleSTARCK (Grave), the family " King-Kong " ( Alessi), the iMac, etc.mercredi, 23 novembre 2011
  • 20. Semiotic Square Typology of Starck design Referential design contrariety Mythical design Regime of the construction Endomorphic dimension Shape ( re ) creates the Logical function, Exomorphic dimension Logic of shock and break down, Existential Valuation of the object Examples The toothbrush Fluocaril, iuicy Salif, Hot Bertaa ( Starck) contra diction Substantial design Oblique design Regime of the non-construction Regime of the non-representation, Shape incorporates the Logical function Shape extends beyond the Logical function, Logic of conformation Logic of surprise, Critical Valuation of the object Playful Valuation of the object Examples La Marie ( Starck), Examples Mister Meumeu, Richard reads, Louis XX, Perrier ( Szekely) This is not a wheelbarrow ( Starck), the whistling kettleSTARCK (Grave), the family " King-Kong " ( Alessi), the iMac, etc.mercredi, 23 novembre 2011
  • 21. Semiotic Square Typology of Starck design Referential design contrariety Mythical design Regime of the construction Endomorphic dimension Shape ( re ) creates the Logical function, Exomorphic dimension Logic of shock and break down, Existential Valuation of the object Examples The toothbrush Fluocaril, iuicy Salif, Hot Bertaa ( Starck) contra diction Substantial design Oblique design Regime of the non-construction Regime of the non-representation, Shape incorporates the Logical function Shape extends beyond the Logical function, Logic of conformation Logic of surprise, Critical Valuation of the object Playful Valuation of the object Examples La Marie ( Starck), Examples Mister Meumeu, Richard reads, Louis XX, Perrier ( Szekely) This is not a wheelbarrow ( Starck), the whistling kettleSTARCK (Grave), the family " King-Kong " ( Alessi), the iMac, etc.mercredi, 23 novembre 2011
  • 22. Semiotic Square Typology of Starck design Referential design contrariety Mythical design Endomorphic dimension Exomorphic dimension contra diction Substantial design Oblique design Regime of the non-construction Regime of the non-representation, Shape incorporates the Logical function Shape extends beyond the Logical function, Logic of conformation Logic of surprise, Critical Valuation of the object Playful Valuation of the object Examples La Marie ( Starck), Examples Mister Meumeu, Richard reads, Louis XX, Perrier ( Szekely) This is not a wheelbarrow ( Starck), the whistling kettleSTARCK (Grave), the family " King-Kong " ( Alessi), the iMac, etc.mercredi, 23 novembre 2011
  • 23. Semiotic Square Typology of Starck design Referential design contrariety Mythical design Endomorphic dimension Exomorphic dimension contra diction Substantial design Oblique design Regime of the non-representation, Shape extends beyond the Logical function, Logic of surprise, Playful Valuation of the object Examples Mister Meumeu, Richard reads, Louis XX, This is not a wheelbarrow ( Starck), the whistling kettleSTARCK (Grave), the family " King-Kong " ( Alessi), the iMac, etc.mercredi, 23 novembre 2011
  • 24. Semiotic Square Typology of Starck design Referential design contrariety Mythical design Endomorphic dimension Exomorphic dimension contra diction Substantial design Oblique designSTARCKmercredi, 23 novembre 2011
  • 25. STARCKmercredi, 23 novembre 2011
  • 26. Richard III The very essence of stereotypical middle-class decor, the object as a mask, a technological jack-in-the-box. These are the ingredients of this explosive "molotov cocktail", created by Starck moved by the sight of battered old armchairs abandoned in the street. "He" gives them new life and one as a gift to President Mitterrand for the Reading Room in his apartment in the Elysée Palace. This is Starck at his most radical.STARCKmercredi, 23 novembre 2011
  • 27. Richard III The very essence of stereotypical middle-class decor, the object as a mask, a technological jack-in-the-box. These are the ingredients of this explosive "molotov cocktail", created by Starck moved by the sight of battered old armchairs abandoned in the street. "He" gives them new life and one as a gift to President Mitterrand for the Reading Room in his apartment in the Elysée Palace. This is Starck at his most radical.STARCKmercredi, 23 novembre 2011
  • 28. Starck at Pompidou centerSTARCKmercredi, 23 novembre 2011
  • 29. Centre Pompidou presents the first Philippe Starck retrospective: not a design exhibition in the strict sense of the word but a fully-fledged show in which the spectator gets involved in the process of discovery of the French designers ironic world.STARCKmercredi, 23 novembre 2011
  • 30. STARCKmercredi, 23 novembre 2011
  • 31. "Venez, venez il ny a rien à voir, il y a tout à recevoir" (come on, come on, theres nothing to see, but everything to get) is how a public crier dressed as a joker welcomes visitors to the exhibition, declaring its intent right from the start. The exhibition, designed by Starck himself, is contained in an 800 square metre elliptical space which is kept intentionally dark and ringed in with smoky curtains like those of the circus.STARCKmercredi, 23 novembre 2011
  • 32. To a background of Laurie Anderson music, photographs of the designers works pass across screens positioned above talking heads representing him. Standing on the ground in the centre is "lOmbre", a large bronze sculpture materialising the creative artists subconscious.STARCKmercredi, 23 novembre 2011
  • 33. From his early prototype armchairs to the Alessi toothbrush and the renovation of Hotel Mondrian in Los Angeles, Philippe Starck self-critically tells the story behind the genesis of over 180 objects, the reflections that led to their creation, the reasons for their success or the meaning of their lack of success. Once in a while actors appear amidst the audience to impersonate some of the designers obsessions and get them involved in the theatrical productionSTARCKmercredi, 23 novembre 2011
  • 34. Juicy SalifSTARCKmercredi, 23 novembre 2011
  • 35. MotoSTARCKmercredi, 23 novembre 2011
  • 36. Motomercredi, 23 novembre 2011 STARCK
  • 37. Louis XXSTARCKmercredi, 23 novembre 2011
  • 38. Panzani PastaSTARCKmercredi, 23 novembre 2011
  • 39. Miss SissiSTARCKmercredi, 23 novembre 2011
  • 40. StarcknakedSTARCKmercredi, 23 novembre 2011
  • 41. StarcknakedSTARCKmercredi, 23 novembre 2011
  • 42. Hotel CostesSTARCKmercredi, 23 novembre 2011
  • 43. Chaise CostesSTARCKmercredi, 23 novembre 2011
  • 44. Fluocaril toothbrushSTARCKmercredi, 23 novembre 2011
  • 45. La MarieSTARCKmercredi, 23 novembre 2011
  • 46. Tap mixer AxorSTARCKmercredi, 23 novembre 2011
  • 47. Fossil WatchSTARCKmercredi, 23 novembre 2011
  • 48. Rosy AngelisSTARCKmercredi, 23 novembre 2011
  • 49. Paramount HotelSTARCKmercredi, 23 novembre 2011
  • 50. Alessi: Max le chinoisSTARCKmercredi, 23 novembre 2011
  • 51. Mister Meu MeuSTARCKmercredi, 23 novembre 2011
  • 52. Hot BertaSTARCKmercredi, 23 novembre 2011
  • 53. SamsoniteSTARCKmercredi, 23 novembre 2011
  • 54. MicrosoftSTARCKmercredi, 23 novembre 2011
  • 55. Floss Romeo MoonSTARCKmercredi, 23 novembre 2011
  • 56. Floss Miss KSTARCKmercredi, 23 novembre 2011
  • 57. Hotel Peninsula Hong KongSTARCKmercredi, 23 novembre 2011
  • 58. Hotel Peninsula Hong Kong Restaurant FelixSTARCKmercredi, 23 novembre 2011
  • 59. Hot BertaSTARCKmercredi, 23 novembre 2011
  • 60. ProvocationSTARCKmercredi, 23 novembre 2011
  • 61. ActingSTARCKmercredi, 23 novembre 2011
  • 62. ActingSTARCKmercredi, 23 novembre 2011
  • 63. ActingSTARCKmercredi, 23 novembre 2011
  • 64. ActingSTARCKmercredi, 23 novembre 2011
  • 65. ActingSTARCKmercredi, 23 novembre 2011
  • 66. ActingSTARCKmercredi, 23 novembre 2011
  • 67. ActingSTARCKmercredi, 23 novembre 2011
  • 68. ActingSTARCKmercredi, 23 novembre 2011
  • 69. Starck makes his LibéThe designer Philippe Stark who exposes himself inthe Pompidou center in Paris, redesign the currentnewspaper in our invitation.Re-center photos, attaching titles and texts, he”creates the sense by confrontation, assembly,a series of sparks”.STARCKmercredi, 23 novembre 2011
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