The Hip Hop Collection designed by Studio Dossier, grew from their love of street art and desire to combine art with furniture.
September 16th, 2015
Over the last ten years the workplace landscape has transformed into a more relaxed atmosphere with a tendency to have increased open and unstructured spaces to conduct the activities of business. The Hip Hop is ideal for this situation, and represents Studio Dossier’s key objectives: to source or design furniture that promotes local artisans, support Australian manufacturing and bring creative pieces into this new workplace landscape.
The Hip Hop range is a versatile collection consisting of a bench set, stand alone tables as well as benches. The product is comprised of a tubular metal powder coat frame with a variety of substrates such as OBC, plywood, laminate and timber. The collection comes in three standard sizes: 1200, 1500 & 1800mm.
The graffiti art can be minimal or the main show stopping item. It can represent your company brand or be a decorative detail. Studio Dossier collaborates with street artists in both Sydney and Melbourne, which provides the artists a new platform to express themselves. The art featured in the Hip Hop range is inspired by distinct urban, political and artistic references, providing an interior space with little bit of urban sensibility.
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