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Studio Job and Seletti Collaborate For Fast Food Furniture Design at … |

Studio Job and Seletti Collaborate For Fast Food Furniture Design at …

Is it art? Is it design? Is it dinner? These are the questions the new collaborations between Studio Job and Seletti, titled Un_Limited Editions and BLOW SelettiStudioJob, aim for viewers to consider at the upcoming Maison Objet design fair in Paris. The duo will be showing the entirety of their collaboration projects, which include tableware, furniture, pillows, and other household decor items, during the City of Light’s Design Week, September 8–16.

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The collaboration marries the best of both Seletti and Studio Job’s whimsical approaches to design. Their Fast Food Furniture line playfully renders a lounge chair and sofa into a hamburger and hot dog, respectively, complete with all of the condiments that enhance America’s favorite cookout foods. Circular, geometrically sound throw pillows that look like thick slices of tomato and pickle rest atop a long, circular sausage sofa topped with a squeeze of mustard, while a hamburger patty and playful spotted pickle pillow make up the base of the chaise. In both pieces, open-faced toasted buns comprise the core of the furniture beneath the condiment accents. The objects mark Seletti’s first foray into working with upholstery, an exciting next step for the brand.

Courtesy of Studio Job.

Courtesy of Studio Job.

Courtesy of Studio Job.

Seletti also put its spin on Studio Job’s Banana Lamp and Tiffany Tree by casting them in resin, a more affordable and accessible alternative to the sculptures’ original castings in bronze. And the duo blends their passion and senses of humor to create porcelain dinnerware featuring fun pop symbols like lips, bricks, peace signs, marijuana leaves, and sunny-side-up eggs. An array of rugs, neon lamps, foldable chairs, mirrors, and more will also be revealed at Maison Objet.

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