The cheeky, Antwerp-based design firm Studio Job is known to push boundaries between high and low taste. For their playful new collaboration with Italian brand Seletti, the firm’s breed of irreverence takes on a whole new flavor. Dubbed “Fast Food Furniture,” the collection is a smorgasbord of backyard barbecue staples: a sofa shaped like a hot-dog bun, complete with a tubular frank cushion and adorned with an artful “smear” of mustard; a chair styled like an open hamburger bun; and several vegetal throw pillows resembling gherkins, tomatoes, and sliced pickles. The pieces, made from Italian Mastrotto leather and Kvadrat fabrics, are a part of the firm’s larger “Un_Limited” project with Seletti. “[They’re] crafted in the best fabrics,” says principal designer Job Smeets of the pop art–inspired furniture, “[but] unlimited, like McDonald’s.”
Studio Job's Fast Food Furniture
The design firm teams up with Seletti for some all-American, cookout-inspired furniture.By Eileen Townsend October 16, 2017
Fast Food Furniture Collection
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