The Kartell Ghost Buster by Philippe Starck combines form and function in the most appealing way. But what function the piece serves, and how it is accessorized, is entirely up to the owner. See what happened when we asked five Tulsa designers to give their take on this classic yet contemporary piece.
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"How do you fill a ‘blank slate’ with something ghost like?
"The irony in this challenge was my inspiration for the whole scene to become ‘Casperish.’
"Since the star of the shot had the innate ability to disappear, I felt the additional elements needed to evoke a similar lightness. I wanted to dial everything down to a softer level. The emptiness in the space and the subtraction of color were intentional decisions to help invite a sense of peace and quiet into a world where we would possibly all benefit if more of our ‘stuff’ was ghost-like."
Lori Neel Sparkman, co-owner, Richard Neel Home