The Royalton boutique hotel was the first of its kind and a design icon for its time. In the early 1990s, the designer made a splash with his eccentric, frolicsome style. The penknife-shaped hotel has since been added to the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Designed by Philippe Starck, the hotel was a rebuke to the bland interior design of generic hotels.
The lobby, featuring marble vanities and hardwood floors, is the ideal place to start the day. Other amenities include a 24-hour valet and a bi-level amenity deck. There are two new swimming pools in the building, and the luxury apartments offer custom interior design features, including Miele and Sub-Zero Appliances. Guests can also indulge in a full-service spa and have access to an oversized terrace from almost every room.
Designed by Philippe Stark, the ICON Sobe is one of the most luxurious residential buildings in the city. Its luxury amenities include 24hr valet and a private restaurant. The property is home to a spa and two pools, each featuring a different theme. Furthermore, it offers a fitness center and a personal trainer. The interiors of the condo are complemented by the dazzling bay views and the panoramic views of the Bay.
The iconic Icon series of chairs is the latest addition to the Emeco family. Designed by starck, the Emeco Icon features an open-back design that is both sleek and incredibly lightweight. The streamlined shapes of the chair make it extremely comfortable for both the owner and guest. The Emeco Icon is available in two sizes, including a corner ten-line apartment. Its unbreakable construction means that it can withstand high-stress environments.
Alessi: The iconic Juicer was one of Starck’s first projects with the Italian company. The juicer is an object that was made in the 1970s. The shape of the Juicer has since become an icon of design. Its sculptural-looking “spider” head is a sculptural metal piece that is sure to be controversial. Its rounded base makes it a functional item that will fit in any kitchen.
The Broom chair by Philippe Starck uses discarded wood fibres and reclaimed polypropylene for its construction. The French designer’s version of the “ideal city bike” is a hybrid bike-scooter that was developed by Peugeot for the Bordeaux city. His work has also influenced Ian Schrager and other famous celebrities. There are few designers who have had such a successful impact on the design industry.
Icon is made of 100 percent aluminum and is three times stronger than steel. The chairs by this company are light-weight and have a lifespan of one hundred years. The company’s designs are admired all over the world and Starck is one of the most famous contemporary designers in the world. Besides designing the buildings in the UK, Yoo has also developed homes in Dallas, Miami, and Leeds. The luxury of its Icon Brickell condominiums is hard to match. Its interiors are elegant, and the design is unrivalled.
The Icon is another iconic piece of furniture designed by Philippe Starck. Its sleek silhouette is the perfect contrast to the sculptural form of the Icon. Its curved back and legs resemble a ‘S’ in the city’s name. It has a life span of more than 150 years and is a true icon of quality. Its distinctive shape is reminiscent of a ship’s bridge.
The Icon is a minimalist icon for the modern home. Its streamlined silhouette is crafted from recycled aluminum by Emeco craftsmen. Its molded hand form features an elongated body with a tapered base. The Icon is made of 100 percent aluminum and is made to order. Similarly, the Hudson is a contemporary design icon with the classic shape of a ship. It is a classic that is both functional and beautiful.
The Icon Brickell is a renowned landmark in the heart of Miami. Its two-story entrance is modeled after the Moai Statues on Easter Island. The building’s exterior is inspired by its tropical climate and features a garden. The 100-foot-tall, ten-story driveway is an emblematic design of Philippe Starck’s playful, sophisticated world. In fact, the Icon Brickell is a luxury condominium in the heart of the downtown Miami area.