The most versatile of the paper pulp skins, Piano implies a handmade nature revealed in a subtle and elegant manner through its surfaces polished by machine. The leveling action of a pantograph acts on the material, stretched by hand and then dried, bringing out unusual and fascinating aesthetic games. “Available” in all color interpretations, Piano is the most minimalist of the paper pulp surfaces: its smooth skin, susceptible to the slightest imperfections, is an excellent starting point for establishing the discourses of the most diverse spaces, whether on a small or large scale.
Obtained by stretching the impasto first by hand and then with CNC machining, Ruts alternates between flat portions, reminiscent of stone, to rectangular sections to create a succession with a solid and fortunate rhythm. The “cadence” of its grooves can be more or less dense, continuous or interrupted, but in each of its versions and in all the different colors, Ruts reveals, thanks to the intervention of the machine, the material uniqueness of paper pulp. They are indeed hard, mechanized cuts that speak of the very fiber of the paper as it pushes toward new dynamic and formal borders.
Stretched and hammered by hand, the Informal collection takes shape, generating lunar surfaces, organic and inorganic, almost like a leather with an irregular and unexpected design. Composed of solids and shallows, of pressure and material depressions, serrations and natural curls. Stories of a physicality to be explored by scrolling with hands and eyes along a different path, always in evolution. Among the skins, this is the one with the highest tactile value, all the while maintaining the technical features of impermeability and durability that characterize all of the paper pulp products.