KARST | Bookcase
Category: Cabinets and containers
Eons of sedimentary layering give life to metamorphic designs.
An eternal cycle of transformation that composes the very essence of which planets are made. In the Karst bookcase, the lava stone fragments are resting on thin metal plates, like suspended imponderable matter in search of its cosmic balance.
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Water jet cut natural Lava stone elements fixed to the structure.
KARST | Bookcase
CTRLZAK + Debonademeo
Another Nature presents JCP’s unique ecology, through its’ artifacts that go beyond mere functional objects, becoming instead symbolic pieces of an alternative reality. A reality that hopefully will make us ponder upon our own way of life in this precise moment of space-time, here on planet Earth.
SOPOVRIA VA | Side table
Sopovria VA is a diaphanous object, whose contours dissolve and melt with the surroundings.
NAGINAM N | Floor lamp
Line and sphere are the protagonists in Naginam lamps. Within the framework of minimalistic geometry and elementary materials, those two are having a conversation.
ABORAM | Vase
The stone, with its primordial strength and its material beauty, becomes a powerful base from which metal extensions grow organically.
SELEN | Vase
A crystal extracted from underground caves of frozen planets becomes a vessel of other life forms.
AGAXA | Stool
The creative power of man and the beauty of nature: a binomial in costant search of balance, finding its perfect expression in Agaxa.
AGMENT | Console
A fragment from distant planets segmented in two parts intersects an archetypal plane conveying a cosmic sense of transformation.
OGLOF | Armchair
Oglof is an armchair made from kilometers of fine fringe, that creates a flowing and shining surface.
JUSTINE | Cabinet
In a world where treasured objects dematerialize, containers become the real protagonists.
ERUTUF | Rug
Material effects and irregular cuts for Erutuf tufted rug, that recreates the conformation of alien soils.
VENNY | Central table
A game of shapes and colours giving life to unique design and unprecedented reality.
RONE | Floor lamp
Rone is the character of a JCP Universe’s science-fiction movie, where notions of the past become the elements of an unpredictable future and what we perceive as history has yet to be seen.
NEKOMAT AE | Frame
Nekomat is an artifact inspired by the concept of synchronicity, a term coined by Carl Jung to denote events that occur with no causal relationship yet seem to be meaningfully related.
“As contamination changes world-making projects,
mutual worlds and new directions may emerge”