Contemporary / Juma
Jean III, Dark grey

Black and white organic shapes impressed in a delicate, irrational order. Jean carpets, designed by the communication and design studio Juma, are inspired by the earth and its natural elements. Raw jute and soft wool meet symbiotically in a bidimensional sculpture weaved using the ancient Soumak tapestry technique, here reinterpreted in a modern key. “The forms that then take shape offer access to mysteries and reveal to us the profound sources of life”, Jean Arp.

Formats
300x250cm
7 Arriving.
Cod. 31655
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Informations +
Color: Dark grey
Pile composition: wool
Height: 5mm
Tecnique: Soumak Weaving
Origin: india
Finishing: carpets are hand clipped
Colors
Dark grey
Designer Juma

Founded by Giulia and Paolo Mojoli in 2014, Juma is a communication and consultancy studio based in Switzerland. A team of internationally trained multidisciplinary professionals able to deliver a consultancy based on in-depth knowledge of the interior design and brand storytelling that combines traditional tools with new media. A communication “atelier”, that among its customers includes Amini, Arclinea, Azucena, Maxalto, Rimadesio.

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