Quelle Fête! Melting Disco Balls by ROTGANZEN

quelle fete melting disco balls by rotganzen

Quelle Fête is a series objet d’arts created by design firm ROTGANZEN that can be seen in public venues as an art installation, as part of a collaborative furniture collection and are sold separately on a smaller scale. The object represents a playful image of days gone by and a melancholic reminder of the glamour nights of disco. The amorphous shapes are covered, through painstaking creaftmanshop, with a carefully arranged glittering skin of mirrored glass tiles. The once iconic shape of the disco ball is reborn with new character and meaning in an ode to the happy days of way back when.

ROTGANZEN Melting Disco Balls

The fun handmade objets d’art add design panache to the exterior and interior of restaurants and stores and are also a component in a collaborative collection of furniture designs (shown later in this post). The Rotganzen design collective also produced Mini Quelle Fait I and for individual sale.

polishing the Quelle Fete after attaching the mirrored tiles by hand.

Commissioned by various restaurants, bars and stores, the melting disco balls look great in situ. Below are some examples

QUELLE FÊTE X VitraHaus, 2020
Commissioned by Vitra, Weil am Rhein

QUELLE FÊTE X Le Pristine Restaurant, 2020
Commissioned by Le Pristine, Antwerp / Sergio Herman

Shown at the Veuve Clicquot pop-up bar, London

QUELLE FÊTE X The Ministry, 2019
Commissioned by The Ministry of Sound, London

Locations: London, Milan, Paris, Tokyo
Commissioned by Inditex / Zara

The collective has made limited editions of his Quelle Fête Mini (€999,00) and Quelle Fête Mini II (€499,00) but we are very sad to report that both are totally sold out already.

The organic melting disco ball has not only made an appearance as an art installation at various venues, but also in the collaboration with furniture brand Gufram as a component in their DiscoGufram collection of After Party cabinet series.

After Party Cabinet Series by Gufram

Visit Gufram for more information

Photography for ROTGANZEN: Pim Top

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