French Touch, created by Juliette Mutzke-Felippelli for Joogii Layout, is an acrylic ghost chair inspired by Daft Punk, Cassius and other French house music of the ’90s.
Its asymmetrical pieces are lap-joined with steel bolts and covered with dichroic film to symbolize the musical genre’s distinctively slick, sampled sound. The transparent coating is effervescent by day, flashing shades of sizzling pink, mint green and electrical aqua. At night, it takes on darker tones of major red, yellow and blue — sort of like property music, if you want to get metaphorical.
Says Mutzke-Felippelli of her creation: “The chair is as vibrant and mesmerizing as the blend of uplifting disco samples and heavy filters employed in tracks during the heyday of the French house musical genre.” The chair comes with the playlist that inspired it, which you can pay attention to right here.
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