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Colombostile window display of the new showroom at via Durini has Studio Job signature. The final result is an astonishing view of the future design world, that calls the attention of the pedestrians. This luxury collection was launched at Milan Design Week 2016.
Studio Job contributes to the process, signing the window of the new showroom in via Durini and the fancy hall for Salone del Mobile. The result of the new partnership is absolutely astonishing in terms of concrete solutions and influences given to the design world; renewing its distinguishing features, the brand leaves the Classic standards.
Colombostile found an innovative and unpredictable correspondent in the Dutch Studio, which combines the extreme creativity to a deep inclination for craftsmanship.
Studio Job’s Hall is a perfect cornerstone, an opening that must be crossed and crossed again to immerse oneself repeatedly in three distinctive worlds of Colombostile; the foyer suggests a fairy tale experience created by a wolf howling to the Moon (represented by a fabulous chandelier with thousands of sparkling pieces of crystal) which is enthroned on the large fountain; as a frame, the splendid sofa in intense red tufted leather.
The last of the three main rooms is the Garden of the Roses, whose pure white walls welcome a well-orchestrated combination of marvellous classical furniture.
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On the walls and on the plush rug there are thick forests inhabited by rabbits, deer and iconic shapes, a sort of reinterpreted and graphic Bosch, a vision illuminated by the light of provocative animal-shaped lamps, also designed by Studio Job; the design of the oak flooring is a tribute to Colombostile’s long tradition in marquetry.
With unceasing creativity and vision, Studio Job is a pioneer of contemporary culture and has revolutionized every preconception about art and design. Job Smeets and Nynke Tynagel found a deep affinity with Colombostile, especially in terms of eclecticism and master craftsmanship. The limited editions Worm lamp and Adam&Eva Lamp testify the passion for mythological themes, together with the armchair Old New Stock 1984.
Sided by Studio Job’s creations, the novelties proposed by the brand are displaced within the Salone del Mobile 2016, three “gardens” that hold their essence in three icons: a desk honors Coco Chanel for the contemporary collection, while an imposing bureau-cabinet is erected at the centre of the classic room.