YOO BY PHILIPPE STARCK

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Yoo by Philippe Starck bring design and quality to the forefront of each project. Such hallmark is evident in its collaboration with The Related Group on Icon Vallarta.

The creative, beautiful and unique designs of Yoo translate into increased demand, sustained added value and comfort for the owner by enhancing the quality of the project, thus providing the appetite and appreciation for good quality design by the world’s most celebrated designer, Philippe Starck.

Situated only five miutes from old Vallarta and the Airport, Icon Vallarta -world- renowned designer Phillipe Starck’s first venture in México is central to all of the city’s cultural recreational offerings. Wheater strolling through its celebreted galleries, hiking to a serene waterfall or dancing to the music for the Mariachi, Vllarta is the ultimate cosmpolian retreat for those seeking an address in paradise

PHILIPPE STARCK

Creative Director, YOO.

Widely acknowledged as the world’s preeminent contemporary designer, Phillipe Stack has set the sandard for exellence in all facets of design from prducts to interiors to residential developments. His work, both collarative and solo,has appered in numerous exhibitions around the world at celebrated museums such as the Brooklyn Museum of Art in New York, The Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris and The Desgin Museum in London. In 1999, Starck joined John Hitchcox, who is considerone of Europe’s most innovative property developers, to lunch Yoo, a design-focused development company.

Grounded in the belief that design, marketing and Branding add value to commercial and residential developments, Yoo works in collaboration wit development partners around the globe.Ove the last sevn years, Yoo and its international partners have contributed to a variety of landmark buildings and residential projects in major cities thougout Asia, Australia, Europe, North and South Americas and the midde East, currently, Yoo is involved in development of more than 8,000 apartments valuing over $4 billion.