There's nothing quite like settling down with a good book next to a warm fireplace during the winter. But this is probably not the place for it.
The Twingo is a subcompact car manufactured by Renault. To promote the car, Renault asked a famous chef, a fashion designer, a pop star, and an interior designer to remake four cars with individual, luxurious tastes in mind:
The results are predictable, yet entertaining: Michelin-starred Italian chef Davide Scabin gave the car the “Fusilli Jerry” treatment by covering the interior in pasta, French fashion designer Jean-Charles de Castelbajac gilded the dashboard and replaced the seats with French royal furniture, singer and entrepreneur Nicola Roberts turned the back seat into a recording studio and front seat into a dressing room, and German designer Nils Holger Moormann built a library complete with wood floors, a fireplace and a cozy sofa.
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