The Archives collection of wallpaper from NLXL is a selection of seven designs from Studio Job's extensive library of icons and images, applying their trademark archetypical drawings and symbols to create unique patterns. This collection is a winner of the Editor’s award at ICFF New York in 2014.
L'Afrique emerged from the collaboration with Land Rover in 2012 to 2013. Studio Job was asked to design and produce a unique, sculptural Land Rover Defender on the occasion of the 65th anniversary of the iconic vehicle, which has strong roots in Africa. The designers turned to Vlisco, a Netherlands-based specialist manufacturer of African wax print fabrics, to create a specially designed fabric which was then used to upholster the seats of the car.
Studio Job was founded in 1998 by Job Smeets, and later joined in 2000 by Nynke Tynagel, both graduates of the Design Academy Eindhoven. They have been hugely influential in elevating design arts in contemporary culture with their highly sought-after limited edition creations. These are often inspired by highly personal experiences and are characterised by extravagant details executed using both traditional and modern techniques.
NLXL is an innovative wallpaper company founded in the Netherlands in 2010 by Rick and Esther Vintage. They are best known for the Scrapwood Wallpaper collection, brainchild of designer Piet Hein Eek. The pattern has no repeat, which means all the images on the 10 m roll are different; a unique feature which has since become the defining hallmark of NLXL wallpaper. The company has since then launched hugely successful collections with Piet Hein Eek, Studio Job, Paola Navone and other leading designers, with a focus on clever, unexpected designs.
Designed by Bertjan Pot for Moustache, the Ooga Booga Ceramic Coat Hanger is a ceramic coat hook which has pegs positioned to resemble the facial features of tribal masks.
Bertjan Pot was born in 1975 in Nieuwleusen, the Netherlands. Now, he lives in Rotterdam. He created several kind of products : the famous Random Light made of fiber glass and resin, chairs, tables etc. His creations have joined the collections of various museums including the Victoria & Albert Museum of London, the Museum Van Beuningen Boijmans in Rotterdam and the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam.
Moustache is a French design brand that brings together like-minded designers such as Francois Azambourg, Big Game and Matali Crasset to create furniture, lighting and interior accessories that are quirky and delightful in equal measures.
The Stitches Bamako Suspension Light is the creation of Egbert-Jan Lam of Netherlands-based Burojet Design Studio and is part of the "embroidered" Stitches family of lights. These 4 lights are called Mopti, Tombuctú, Djenné and Bamako, after towns and cities in the West African nation of Mali. Each light has its own distinct pattern. In order to make each light, veneer strips are crafted in a traditional sewing fashion: the pattern is marked out, cut and then repeated. Where hemming is normally used to complete a garment, the Stitches light has a visible hemstitch pattern, which radiates once the light is switched on.
The distinctive shape of each Stitches light is an allusion to the adobe mosques found across Mali. Moreover, the Stitches lights embody Mali’s long history as a producer of embroidery.
Each Stitches suspension light is available in 11 different wooden finishes, thus providing endless options for customisation.
LZF lamps, or Luzifer as they were originally called, is a Spanish lighting specialist making very special lights. Founded at the end of 1994, LZF specialises in ceiling, wall, floor and table lights in contemporary designs hand-made using natural wood veneers.
This noble material creates a spectacular lighting effect, projecting the internal beauty of the wood and radiating a delicately warm and attractive atmosphere to both domestic and contract settings.
Winner of two Good Design, two Design Plus and one Red Dot prize, LZF is fast becoming one of the most respected lighting brands in the world.
The Koki Barstool is a versatile and elegant barstool designed by Pocci and Dondoli for Desalto. The barstool features a distinctive sculpted back with harmonious lines and details creating an appealing shape from every angle. The Koki barstool is comfortable and hard wearing and is suitable for commercial as well as domestic use.
The Koki barstool is part of a collection which includes one chair and two barstools.
Marco Pocci and Claudio Dondoli, also known as Archirivolto Design, is a long-established design partnership strongly influenced by the two designers' interest in the theatre and industrial production. They have created designs for a large number of clients including Desalto, Ligne Roset and Rolf Benz.
Desalto is a leading Italian furniture brand well known for its sleek, minimalist aesthetics and advanced manufacturing expertise, especially with metals. The company produces a wide range of iconic products with well known designers such as Nendo and Piero Lissoni. Perfect for slick design schemes, in private or commercial spaces.
Treasure Table, designed by Frederik Roije, is an outsized mouth-blown glass jar with a cork top designed to be used as a container for displaying treasured objects, whilst functioning as an occasional table at the same time. Treasure Table is a functional and quirky accessory which looks great in the living room and also works well as a bedside table.
Treasure Table is available in medium and large sizes. The top is available in light or dark natural cork.
Frederik Roije is a Netherlands based, internationally renowned designer with a growing collection of furniture, lighting and interior accessories. His products are characterised by slick, clean lines with minimalist designs punctuated by a dash of quirkiness. Frederik Roije is also an accomplished interior designer whose works are perfect showcases of his sophisticated and elegant style.