Laser Cutter Example: “Bavaria” by Studio Job (Job Smeets and Nynke Tynahel) (2008)

Artists,Laser Cutter,Reference,Technique — Bo Ri Lee @ 1:06 am


The furnitures designed by Studio Job has elaborate patterns that has more function than a mere furniture; it is treated more as an art piece rather than a furniture itself. Their works are based on personal fascinations; in this series it was 17th century German folk art which they interpreted to make it look more quirky and patterned. They used laser-cut inlays to print the farm imagery on to the furnitures.


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