Beef, Brétillot/Valette, Matali Crasset, Patrick Jouin, Jean-Marie Massaud: Starck's kids?

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Dis Voir, 1999 - Art - 124 pages
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In a previous monograph on his work, Philippe Starck gave members of his design team labels such as "my right eye, " "my right arm, " and "my conscience." As Starck happily plays the role of design guru, questions concerning the teaching of design and the role of assistants become ever more acute. This book provides a valuable look at Starck's influence and the revamped concept of the design workshop by examining the development of some of his former assistants. Presenting the work of Mattali Crasset, Jean-Marie Massaud, Patrick Jouin, and Mathilde Bretillot, authors Pascale Cassagnau and Christophe Pillet (a former Starck assistant) offer a critique of Starck's effect on contemporary design as well as discussion of the changing relationships between production staff and designer.

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