In our daily lives is natural that we try very often to abstract of stress, routine, and cling to small moments that leads to utopian worlds without rules, where every detail is an act orchestrated by our mind. And so does Philippe Starck.
The question everyone will be asking at the moment is: Is a blog of architecture, design, lifestyle, related to illusory worlds? Nothing more simple to explain. Each artist designs a work, factually reporting the story that wants to show up with a concept that hides behind a work. The only drawback is that only the discerning will be capable of such an exercise.
He has channeled his limitless creative madness into the Miss Kō interiors, creating a place where art has no barriers and dinners are surrounded by endless technology. One of Miss Kō‘s most unusual features is a 26m long table running the length of the restaurant entirely made from digital screens, each playing news channels from all over Asia.
The concept of Miss Kō was absorbed using imaginary female experience, sensory stimulation, curiosity, risk, desired adventure, beauty, and fantasy. It’s a very characteristic Asian environment where shades of gray collide with warm and garish colors and the atmosphere mixes contemporary and inspirational elements of the ancient East.