The Studio Job X Seletti Collection

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A feast for the eyes.

Avant-garde Italian brand Seletti has a penchant for disrupting the world of interior design with unconventional, bold, and unapologetic designs. Now, the company has partnered with a creative soulmate, Studio Job, to make a quirky, pop art-inspired collection of furniture and accessories. Unsurprisingly, the Studio Job X Seletti collection brings an interior design revolution to modern living spaces.

Fun and playful as well as sculptural and symbolic, the collection features Studio Job‘s eccentric and colorful style that occupies the space between art and design. The range includes a hyper-realist Hot Dog Sofa and a Burger Chair. The former reimagines the fast food item as a plush sofa, while the latter recreates the iconic burger as a lounge chair. Both of them reach beyond their functional purpose to become veritable conversation starters, doubling as creative furniture and modern artworks. Golden feet give an opulent accent to the designs.

To complement the food-inspired seating, the studio designed three ‘toppings-like’ pillows. In a similar way to their natural counterparts, they add extra flavor, color, and vibrancy. These include a gherkin pillow as well as a tomato cushion and a cucumber pillow. All three feature premium materials and golden accents. Ideally used in a set to achieve maximum visual impact, the chair and sofa can also be used separately. Of course, with toppings included. Find the collection now in the Gessato shop.

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