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Bisazza & Studio Job

Dennis Brandsma, Mark Cocksedge, Robert Kot

14.10.2016


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An eccentric interpretation of classic parquet, revealing the versatility and creativity of Studio Job. With their unmistakable stylistic sense and usual wry humour, the Dutch designer duo put their personal stamp on the classic parquet. The six new patterns included in the new series characterized by 3D geometries and trompe l’oeil: Cannage, Plissage, Bloc, Zig Zag and Escalier, pair natural tones with brilliant colours and combine them with different-shaped elements in wood; in the Gingham décor, small, laser-engraved animal skeletons – typical figures in Studio Job’s iconographic language – stand out against a coloured checkerboard, reminiscent of the classic English pattern of squares. Enhancing the solid colours in the collection are new, laser-engraved decorative elements.

“Knock on Wood! A new material, the same principle; arrange geometric shapes into pattern, compose elements into illustration, turning flat into 3-D, trompe-l’oeil illusions. Twist natural colour into artificial, engraved with the unexpected, a contemporary approach of wooden flooring.”
– Nynke Tynagel, Studio Job

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