Los Angeles-based Joogii, whose iridescent designs have been featured before, is back with a retro slash psychedelic looking lamp dubbed the T.S.S. (Time Space Sound) Luminaire.
'Color Flow' furniture from the Korean Orijeen, price on request.
The 'Giorgio' chair by Joogii is named after disco pioneer Giorgio Moroder, euro 4.615.
These iridescent furniture will change color, depending on your position and the light. Just like a bubble in the sun.
Lamp 'Iris' by Neocraft is blown by mouth with crystal glass. Diameter 30 cm, euro 2.750.
Table from the 'Shimmer' collection by Patricia Urquiola for Glas Italia. 240 cm wide, euro 6.179.
Colored cutlery of stainless steel. Between euro 4 and 7 each.
We are very excited to announce the launch of our brand new exclusive series 'Design Ambassadors' where we find and carefully choose design leaders, influencers and experts around the globe to curate their monthly list of links, exhibitions and events, special projects and who-to-watch in their local design scenes, as Design Ambassadors representing their city.
It’s appropriate that Juliette Mutzke-Felippelli and husband Diogo Felippelli– known collectively as design brand Joogii– name Philippe Starck’s early work as an influence. Starck famously got his start in Paris nightclubs and Joogii also started in a nightclub when Juliette and Diogo first met and bonded over their shared love of music.
Juliette Mutzke-Felippelli is the co-founder and designer of the Los Angeles-based studio Joogii. She and her husband founded the company in 2015 to create objects and art to cultivate a vibrant environment. Since founding the company, they’ve created a mixture of products ranging from furniture to wrist watches and have more items to debut later this year.