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The monument furniture of Job Smeets and Nynke Tynagel

Studio Job is launching a collection of furniture pieces inspired by the shapes of famous monuments with a spectacular result.

For a change from classic, standardized and sometimes boring furniture, Belgian designer Job Smeets, pionneer of contemporain conceptual and sculptural art, along with graphist Nynke Tynagel, have founded Studio Job in a spirit of cultural renaissance. Their work combines traditional and modern techniques producing unique objects filled with humour.

The global works of Job Smeets et Nynke Tynagel

Counting today a prestigious clientele, such as the Metropolitan Museum of New York, the National Post Office of The Netherlands, Swarovski and a range of high level collectors, the craftspersons of the in-house workshops use laser and 3D impression to create the « Gesamtkunstwerk », a global artistic work, or the « Wunderkammer », a curious furniture piece that attracts the gaze.

Studio Job Cathédrale de Reims deluxe closet
Identically molded, the Cathedral of Reims stands up and morphs into a deluxe closet. © DR
Studio Job buildings closet
With their heads in the clouds, New York buildings are side-side-side with the Emirates where King Kong invited himself. © DR

Very « Show Off » furniture

Filled with inspiration, they launched the Robber Baron series that highlights the silhouettes of famous places and monuments. Tour Eiffel, Cathédrale de Reims, Taj Mahal in India, Tower Burj Khalifa in Dubai and Big Ben are transformed into closets, tables, consoles and chests to be featured in apartments just as spectacular. Let yourself be tempted, these sculptures are already collector items…

Studio Job Taj Mahal table
The shapes of the Taj Mahal, the most famous monument in India, are customized and transformed into a coffee table. © DR

The experience of an inspiring monumental work