Jacques Tati's 1958 film, Mon Oncle has been known as a source for design historians interested in space-age design. This comedy about the sterile perils of technology, modernity, and consumer culture, features the culture of trends and the loss of simplicity. Tati plays Monsieur Hulot, an uncle who can't fit into the suburban society of the Arpels, a well-designed, cutting-edge but also silly house, which looks like the Maison of Tomorrow. While the colorful furniture pieces are all striking, they are far from being comfortable or practical. Now, the design studio of Domeau et Peres has collaborated with Les Films de Mon Oncle, the caretakers of the Tati legacy, to produce furniture from the film. With lack of original props and sketches, Domeau et Peres has gone to the film stills in the process of replicating two sofas and the yellow rocker, each produced in a limited edition of eight.