While many know Cédric Hervet as Daft Punk's longtime creative director, others recognize him for his renowned design company, Hervet Manufacturier. And the French studio's latest endeavor is an arcade collector's dream.
Embracing a retrofuturistic aesthetic akin to Daft Punk's own style, Hervet has built a custom, one-of-a-kind arcade console called The Arcadia. His company will produce only 12 units, each of which house a Bose SoundTouch and 520 classic arcade games, including Pac-Man and Space Invaders.
Hervet Manufacturier also produces many other stunning products, such as bespoke tables, chairs, a foosball table, and even skateboards, among other pieces, all of which contain a warm fusion of metal and wood to embrace the 80s feel.
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The Arcadia retails at €23,800, which translates to roughly $27,000. You can find out more about the rare arcade console here.