Studio Job, Crane floor lamp for Carpenters Workshop, 2010
Studio Job, Crane floor lamp for Carpenters Workshop, 2010
Curtis Jeré, Crane floor lamp, 1977
Curtis Jeré, Crane floor lamp, 1977

Last week almost every design blog and magazine wrote about the new Firmship 42 boat design by designers Studio Job of Belgium. So we are writing about Studio Job, too, but now about something different.

Last year they have created this spectacular Crane lamp for London-based gallery Carpenters Workshop. Studio Job wants to always shock us with their design/art creations. But now they use the idea, which is more than 30 years old. It is boring from Studio Job, as well as their another creations. The first Crane lamp was designed by the artist duo Curtis Jeré in 1977. The idea is totally same and the form of the Curtis Jeré`s lamp is more elegant a function of it is more useful. Their original conceptual idea from 1970s win for us. Studio Job`s work is only contemporary sensation without true ideas and right creative approach.

Photo courtesy Wright 20 and Carpenters Workshop