Juliette Mutzke-Felippelli and Diogo Felippelli have succeeded in what most people fail: they have materialized music. Their French Touch Collection is a groovy tribute to the eponymous House style, the Laurent Garnier or Etienne de Crécy sent around the world in the 90's from France.
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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.
Los Angeles-based design studio Joogii, known for their iridescent chair that was inspired by Daft Punk and other French house music from the 90s, have expanded theirFrench Touch Collection to include a new chair, coffee table, side table, vases, a desk object, and wrist art.
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.
For Juliette Mutzke-Felippelli, a colorful – and musical – bolt of inspiration struck while she was building a chair in a furniture construction class. The inspiration transformed a functional piece of furniture into a vibrant work of art.
The inaugural NYCxDESIGN Awards presented by Interior Design magazine and ICFF kicked off this evening at Industry City in Brooklyn with the announcement of this year's honorees.
Evoking everything from shocking pink Pacific sunsets to slickened streets after a rare El Nino downpour, the current crop of iridescent furnishing - an emerging trend of Salone del Mobile - will inject a dose of playfulness into the home.