Studio Job designed furniture collection called Robber Baron. Five monumental cast bronze objects unite the stylized elements of the world-famous attractions, as well as represent the industrial power, wealth and corruption. The collection includes the dresser, mantel clocks, table, floor lamp, and a safe for jewelry. Each item produced in quantities of five items exclusively for Moss. For, example, the table embodies the plant and the architecture of the early 20th century, including the AEG factory of Peter Behrens, as well as building of Battersea Power Station in London. In general, each item looks original and will add luxury in any interior.
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The new Firmship 42 is a classic boat of a type that was still being built fifty years ago. But Studio Job turned it into a floating work of art. Now it?s more than just a boat; it?s a luxury house that provides all modern functional comfort. It has been completed with the craftsman?s precision, reinforcing its timelessness. Teak was used for doors, deck furniture and the interior finish. The wood used for cabin has been finished in such a way that the grain of individual planks is seamlessly joined. So this floating house isn?t just luxurious but also welcoming and warm. Currently, the Firmship is only available as 42-foot boat. The next step will be the launch of a Firmship 60.
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