Job Cabinet by Studio Job for Lensvelt

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Job Office by Studio Job for Lensvelt

Milan 2011: artists Studio Job will present this cabinet with an enormous bronze key in Milan next week.

Job Office by Studio Job for Lensvelt

Called Job Cabinet, the design is the first in a collection of office furniture by the artists for Dutch brand Lensvelt.

Job Office by Studio Job for Lensvelt

The cabinet will be on show as part of an exhibition of Lensvelt furniture curated by Studio Job at Spazio AG22, Via Alserio 22, Milan, from 13-17 April.

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The information below is from Lensvelt:


LENSVELT PRESENTS “JUST SOLUTIONS”

50th Salone Internazionale del Mobile 2011

For the first time at the Milan Design Week, Lensvelt, the Dutch brand for contract furniture, is pleased to announce the FuoriSalone event “Just solutions” at spazio AG22, in Via Alserio 22, Milan.

The installation curated by Studio Job, presents the new “Job Office”, together with a selection of iconic pieces from Lensvelt collection, including the “Skull” by Atelier Van Lieshout and the “Krattenkast” by Mark van der Gronden.

Cabinets, lamps, tables and seatings perfect for home or office. Non-conventional solutions suitable for work, play, relax and creative spaces.

For the brand new collaboration with Lensvelt, Studio Job has developed “Job Office”: a concept solution for a new office furniture collection. The first piece, “Job Cabinet”, is ready to be unveiled in Milan.

The cabinet represents the perfect alchemy between the industrial product and the personal object: a standard metal cabinet, icon of mass production for office furniture, enhanced with a giant, polished bronze key!

From now on, you can keep your valuables in a “Job Cabinet”. To celebrate the debut of the new partnership between Lensvelt and Studio Job, “Job Cabinet” the first 35 pieces will be featured in a smart colorful edition with keys signed and numbered by Studio Job.


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  • http://www.flockofteacosy.com FlockofTeaCosy

    I like the colours — they manage to be retro-institutional and hip at the same time. Well chosen!

  • tanya

    im sorry but i don't understand or rather this is what, well its just when one does a comparrison with other privious work by this duo and then one comapers it to these products then i don't understand and i guess im a fan of some type of contunity, just me maybe.