With the success of the “Job Office Cabinet” in 2011, which won the Wallpaper Award and the ELLE DÉCOR EDIDA Award, and was acquired as part of the Design Collection at Centre National des Arts Plastiques in Paris, Studio Job reunited with Lensvelt to create a smaller cabinet. The Job Office Dressoir launched alongside the “Job Office Desk” in Milan in 2013. The “Job Office Dressoir” is exactly half the height of the “Job office Cabinet.” It features two doors and two shelves that can be rearranged according to requirement. The size of its golden key, which is numbered exclusively for Chamber, is exaggerated by the smaller dimensions of the cabinet.
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About Studio Job
Based in Antwerp and the Netherlands, Studio Job, a design duo founded over a decade ago by Job Smeets and Nynke Tynagel, produces one-off pieces of sculptural furniture that share little with the reigning aesthetic of minimalism and spareness. Their cast bronze works—tables whose surfaces are models of inverted cathedrals, lamps shaped like the Eiffel Tower—are laser cut for minute detailing and exquisite surface texture. Often described as “neo-gothic,” Studio Job’s pieces are fanciful without being kitschy.