Wednesday, 20 April 2016 15:13

Studio Job Mad House

For their New York solo debut, the Belgian designers have put together a typically exuberant snapshot of their 16-year career, says Caia Hagel

Published in Review
Tuesday, 02 September 2014 16:39


MUDAC, Lausanne, Switzerland
29 October 2014 – 26 April 2015

Published in Diary
Thursday, 11 August 2011 10:28

Job Lounge by Job Smeets

Studio Job creates a teasing parody of a gentlemen’s club in the entrance hall of Alessandro Mendini’s Groninger Museum.

Published in News
Thursday, 04 August 2011 09:20

The New Decor

In tackling home furnishings for the Hayward’s summer blockbuster, artists are catching up with design.

Published in Review
Thursday, 04 December 2008 16:44

Studio Job at Design Miami

Studio Job has presented another set of furniture inspired by farms and country life in Miami this year. But the Dutch duo wasn’t present to unveil the curtain – they were wading through mud on a rambling holiday in Europe instead, to get away from it all.
Published in NEWS
Tuesday, 11 September 2007 11:25

Design is evil | icon 041 | November 2006

There used to be an unspoken code of honour among designers that prevented them from referencing certain subjects in their work. War, death, sex, terrorism, cruelty, disease...

Saturday, 24 March 2007 12:13

Studio Job | icon 034 | April 2006

Neanderthal and animal skeletons make up Studio Job’s pattern for 150 limited edition scarves, created to commemorate a new building for public sector companies Rijkswaterstaat and Riza in the sleepy Netherlands town of Lelystad.

Published in ICON 034 | April 2006
Friday, 23 March 2007 08:20

Ceramics | icon 022 | April 2005

“When I was a student, porcelain was associated with kitschy souvenirs or stupid mugs,” recalls Czech designer Maxim Velcovsky. “But recently a new wave of ideas has revived the material and placed it in a different context.”

Published in ICON 022 | April 2005
Friday, 23 March 2007 05:56

Studio Job | icon 019 | January 2005

“Yes, I’m paying, because rich magazines and museums won’t do it – and I’m the struggling artist!” It’s 11pm on a cold late October night in Utrecht. The last Eurostar back to London left hours ago, I have no credit card or cash and Job Smeets of Studio Job is angry that no one else has offered to pay for dinner.