What do you get when you combine the talents of a musician, a chef, a fashion designer, and a product designer with the newly re-launched, compact Renault Twingo? You get four unique "cabinets of curiosities."
To promote the newly re-launched city car Renault enlisted four celebrity artistes to give the car a personal touch. UK pop singer Nicola Roberts' "Twingo Goes Pop" turns the Twingo into a mobile recording studio, complete with a dressing trailer. Fashion designer Jean-Charles de Castelbajac installed period furniture, candelabras and polished parquet flooring for a presidential feel with his "Twingo 55 FBG". German designer Nils Holger Moormann used the Twingo as a means to create his mobile "Twingo Reading Room," and Italian chef Davide Scabin drew used pasta throughout the interior to carry the theme of his inspiration.