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Daft Punk’s former creative director gives Hong Kong club futuristic redesign

Cédric Hervet also worked alongside the duo at their 2014 Grammys performance

Daft Punk’s former creative director has given a Hong Kong nightclub a futuristic redesign.

Co-owner of Paris-based luxury design house Hervet Manufacturier Cédric Hervet, who worked as the French duo's creative director for over 15 years, has added a retro-futuristic touch to Hong Kong's new nightclub, Cassio.

The designer, who oversaw the set design for Daft Punk's iconic 2014 Grammys performance, also headed up the the cover art, creative direction and art direction for the 'Random Access Memories' album, as well as co-writing and co-producing the duo's Interstella 5555 film, and co-writing and editing Daft Punk's Electroma.

Last month, Daft Punk announced that they were splitting up after 28 years in the business. In 2019, 'Random Access Memories' was revealed as best-selling dance music album on vinyl in the last decade.

Read the full story via Tatler.

(Photo: Chester Ong)