FrenchFlair was established in october 2013 by Guillaume Boda and Charles Bouisson, two acousticians with extensive experience in both professional audio and architectural acoustical engineering.
Our activities are focused on the design, engineering and manufacturing of innovative electro-acoustic products. We have brought to the market our own brand of products, and also work on specific projects for other companies seeking electro-acoustic know-how and expertise.
FrenchFlair Audio is proud to introduce the AS-Series: a first range of products, completely designed and made in France, which synthecises our positioning on the market with an innovative vision for the integration of sound within architectural projects.
Bilingual French and English.
During 4 years at Nexo's R&D department, he acquired the coveted skills of electroacoustics, with an active involvement in the development of new products, as well as handling the design of some of the brand's models (RS15).
In late 2008, he joined Group Technologies, in Melbourne, a first order distributor and manufacturer of professional audio products in Australia and the Pacific Area (Nexo, Camco, RCF, Stagemaker, etc).
In charge of product development for Quest Engineering, their own proprietary brand which is distributed throughout the world, his vision was opened up by associating product design, industrial partnerships, and product positiong strategy.
He also took part in bringing custom technical solutions to large scale projects in Australia (Perth stadium, Melbourne Convention Centre), conducted by local professionals.
Bilingual French/Italian, fluent in English.
His activities in acoustics began with the start up of a new office in Lyon for Peutz and Associates and spent 7 years workg with them. Peutz&Associates is a leading European architectural acoustics engineering company.
He built up strong experience in working on small to large scale projects in France and abroad, and collaborated with some of the most internationally renowned architects (Renzo Piano, Foster & Partners).
His approach to projects associates sensibility and a respect for architectural spaces, in particular, delivering technical and practical solutions in accordance with functionality, design and aesthetics.
As a music lover, his self-taught ability was followed by music school, and included learning to play several instruments. Passionate about processing techniques, recording, and computer music, he developed an artistic mix of music programming software (Max / MSP), instrumental recordings and sonic experiments. He creates and operates a collaborative production and sound experimentation studio, where he also is an ambassador for PSI, a Swiss manufacturer of high-end studio monitors.