Philippe Starck Unveils Two Revolutionair Wind Turbines!

We think this is the future, producing personal power.  The idea of being able to create a power ‘web’ where everyone contributes, via personal wind turbines solar panels etc, could be the future.  Making a more stable electrical system than supplying everyone from one power source.

This just in – world-renowned super designer Philippe Starck has just revealed two highly-anticipated wind turbine designs for home use! Dubbed “Revolutionair,” the sleek turbines were officially debuted after a lengthy 2 years of research and work. We brought you news of the quadrangular turbine when it was first revealed, and we were pleasantly surprised to see a brand new, never before seen helix-shaped version of the Revolutionair unveiled by Starck today.

via Philippe Starck Unveils Two Revolutionair Wind Turbines! | Inhabitat.


3 responses

  1. I love the designs of Philippe Starck, really adds a touch of exclusivity and style to everything it touches. Good post!

    February 27, 2010 at 16:21

  2. Tania

    Great post!
    I really need some visual inspiration like this for my next design project for graduate school.
    Can you give me advice on some designers for more inspiration like this one, Beau Mcclellan, Serge Mouille or
    Find out the perfect mix between 40’s, 50’s and 60’s music legacy and lighting pieces!
    Visit or and by the way visit also they have beautiful luxury pieces!
    I really enjoyed your blog. I’ll come back to see what you post next!

    March 3, 2010 at 19:42

  3. Mike

    ERR !

    The starck turbine is priced 7500EUR (10.000 USD), as seen on windeo-planet.

    What’s more, where is the innovation, in comparison to wind turbine ?

    May 3, 2010 at 14:41

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