Studio Job
DESIGNER

Studio Job

Soulmates Job Smeets and Nynke Tynagel founded Studio Job in 2000.
This studio was established in the  Renaissance spirit - where traditional and modern techniques are combined to produce once-in-a-lifetime objects.
The pair started the studio after graduating from the Dutch Design Academy in Eindhoven and in the fifteen years since then, they have moved towards being the pioneers of contemporary design.
Works by Studio Job can be found in more than forty museums around the world.
The design duo have had dozens of solo exhibitions. Their iconic, heraldic and cartoon-like sculptures are popular with collectors.
Proclaimed one of the most influential design teams by the Financial Times, Studio Job is passionate about building up an oeuvre that is becoming increasingly extravagant in its details and increasingly personal.

Designer's Products

1 188,52 €

Table lamp in brass and metalized glass

614,75 €

Vase in brassBased on a tale of two wild girls traveling across the US, the Nowhere bullet vase feature iconic Studio Job engravings and a typical oversized form giving a unique look to this piece.

1 188,52 €

Mirror in aluminiumDuring Milan Design Week 2008, the series Farm was presented. This seminal installation marks a return to the rural elements in design and society and pictures humble stable tools, a spade and fork, milk pitchers and pails, cooking pots and a frying pan that also doubles as a mirror. Now that the farmers of the world will cloth, feed...

90,16 €

Napkin holder in openwork steel“After having visited the Museum of Natural History in New York, Studio Job created a neo-gothic pattern of dancing human and animal skeletons. The turtles, birds and crocodiles all play a part in the superstitious frights, shows of life and death, the extravagant yet violent moments that our civilization is currently...

901,64 €

Ice bucket in casted brassFor this supreme ice bucket Studio Job got inspirations by family tailoring traditions and care of the smallest details. The Here ice bucket is then represented by a gigantic thimble with etchings.

286,89 €

Candlestick in brassThe push pin as a representation of the struggle for achievement day by day, months by months, till we conquer. The push pin sconce is embellished with engravings and a shiny brass finish.

327,87 €

Small bowl in openwork steel“After having visited the Museum of Natural History in New York, Studio Job created a neo-gothic pattern of dancing human and animal skeletons. The turtles, birds and crocodiles all play a part in the superstitious frights, shows of life and death, the extravagant yet violent moments that our civilization is currently living....

459,02 €

Medium bowl in openwork steel“After having visited the Museum of Natural History in New York, Studio Job created a neo-gothic pattern of dancing human and animal skeletons. The turtles, birds and crocodiles all play a part in the superstitious frights, shows of life and death, the extravagant yet violent moments that our civilization is currently living....

549,18 €

Large bowl in openwork steel“After having visited the Museum of Natural History in New York, Studio Job created a neo-gothic pattern of dancing human and animal skeletons. The turtles, birds and crocodiles all play a part in the superstitious frights, shows of life and death, the extravagant yet violent moments that our civilization is currently living....

360,66 €

Round tray in openwork steel“After having visited the Museum of Natural History in New York, Studio Job created a neo-gothic pattern of dancing human and animal skeletons. The turtles, birds and crocodiles all play a part in the superstitious frights, shows of life and death, the extravagant yet violent moments that our civilization is currently living....

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