Lot and Job Stool
for Piet Boon Studio
The Piet Boon Studio team has experimented with volumes by manipulating shapes of earlier designs to create Lot and Job- two ceramic stools that also function as side tables. For the Lot Stool, a cylindrical top arises from the main body by slicing volume diagonally. JOB was created by projecting the iconic “Kekke” shape, as displayed by the wider top, making the object easier to move.
The Lot and Job stools are available in mud grey gloss, mud grey matte, grey-green gloss, and a green matte ceramic glaze.
Born in the Netherlands in 1958, Piet Boon beautifully blends elegant lines, natural materials, and superior function. Trained as a contractor, his work is always practical and approachable, but he also infuses each product or project with a sense of luxury achieved through a meticulous eye for detail. Boon approaches his multidisciplinary work with the finest craftsmanship and materials so that every piece or project feels relaxed, comfortable, and timeless.
Since 1983, Boon has offered architecture, interior design, and furniture design services through his Amsterdam-based firm, Studio Piet Boon. Notable furniture and lighting include the Round Boon and the Square Boon light fixtures for Moooi, as well as the quilted Kekke seating series and plush Kent chair. Long a household name in the Dutch design scene, his work has a wide global appeal. Indeed, his architecture and interiors work includes a number of new luxury residential developments in the U.S., including the Oosten, 101 Wall, and Huys buildings in New York, along with hotels, restaurants, offices, and private residences around the world.