The Mexico outdoor stool was designed by Studio Job for Qeeboo. Job recounts that he was inspired by a legendary figure who lived wrapped in mystery, not far from the house of the designers themselves: he was called the nameless singer. No one had ever seen her come out of her house, where heavy velvet curtains hid her from the looks of passers-by.
Dimensions: 38,2 x 53 x h. 45 cm
Weight: 3.5 kg
Materiali: PE Polyethylene
The Mexico outdoor stool was designed by Studio Job for Qeeboo. Job recounts that he was inspired by a legendary figure who lived wrapped in mystery, not far from the house of the designers themselves: he was called the nameless singer. No one had ever seen her come out of her house, where heavy velvet curtains hid her from the looks of passers-by. The mysterious singer, was the author of a great musical success, entitled Mexico. The Mexico stool is a very particular seat. It has the shape of a skull but the particularity is given by the decorations such as hearts, fruit, and branches that are mixed with bones and other elements all in contrast with each other. It is made of polyethylene, available in different colors, in particular in ivory, black, green, and terracotta shades. It can be used to furnish a garden or can be used on a terrace as it resists outdoors. Obviously nothing forbids you to keep it in the living room, in the bedroom or in the studio. The seat is comfortable and being cut horizontally allows the stool Mexico to have double function. It can in fact also be used as a table or even bedside table. To clean it, just use a damp cloth to remove dust or any stains that may be created, especially when you use its comfort as a side table.
, founded in 2000 by Job Smeets and Nynke Tynagel, is based in Antwerp and Amsterdam. Both graduated from the Eindhoven Design Academy, from the beginning their collaboration leads to the creation of unique pieces and limited edition works of great suggestion and expressive force.
Job and Nynke both refer to both traditional and avant-garde culture, moving from the natural to the artificial world. Studio Job's work can be found in more than forty museums all over the world. The two designers have had over eighty solo shows all over the world. Their iconic, heraldic and cartoon sculptures are appreciated by collectors. Although, by definition, the creations of this pair of artists were initially conceived for collectors and museums, Studio Job has collaborated successfully with several culturally similar brands for visionary spirit, such as Bisazza, Bulgari, Gufram, Land Rover , Lensvelt, L'Oréal, Maharam, Moooi, NLXL, Nodus, PostNL, Rizzoli, Royal Tichelaar Makkum, Swarovski, Venini, Viktor & Rolf and Vlisco. The firm has also held personal exhibitions in New York, Tokyo, Los Angeles, Paris, Amsterdam, London, Milan, Geneva, Miami, Shanghai and Basel.