What was Philippe Starck Thinking ? Whatever he wanted. That’s why.
In What was Philippe Starck Thinking ? we see sometimes there is no reason even though to dig further as to why it is or is not important rather showing respect to the notion that ‘no design works unless it embodies ideas that are held in common by the people for whom the object is intended’ if they were orange juice squeezing fishermen. But then we see the key factor: artistic intent has no boundires including the very public case of the engineer who “adjusted” Starck’s Juicy Salif in the most miniscule ways to make it useable and was sued for it. So What was Phillpe Starck thinking? Does it really matter after 50,000 units? Not really.