“Futopia: Faena by Studio Job” Celebrates 4 Years of Collaboration

Four years ago, the Antwerp- and Netherlands-based studio partnered with Argentine hotelier and real estate developer Alan Faena to develop a series of custom way-finding symbols, graphics, banners, and monuments. After 4 years of successful collaboration, Faena Art Center Buenos Aires presents an interactive exhibition: “Futopia: Faena by Studio Job”, on view July 23 throught August 3.

 

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The exhibit’s site links back to the first way-finding project at the Faena District in Buenos Aires. Featuring never-before-seen process drawings, renderings, and models, the show will tell the story of the work between the two companies and reveal the behind-the-scenes of how Studio Job operates.

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Commenting on the relationship to Faena, Job speaks of a nearly perfect client-designer connection: “Playing with Faena is intellectual fun, an incredible series of inspiring experimentations,” he says. Alan Faena is also quick to recognize the studio’s ability to foster cross-cultural exchange and stylistic evolution for his company. The exhibition will only serve to solidify a steady and growing affiliation.