Kimera is an utopia, something impossible to finalise as it is always evolving, and it symbolises a mythological creature made up of contrasting animals, such as snake, goat, lion. In the same way, the Kimera lamp is a fusion of different techniques and materials, from extremely technological, to fascinatingly ancient, like the filigree blown glass. This allows the object to become a shell of light, a hybrid floating organically in space.
W 410 x H 500 x D 140 MM
Blown Filigree Glass
Founded by Simone Zecubi in London in 2018, studiopluz is a multidisciplinary studio that creates works that seek to mix art with design. Spanning across mediums, the studio manipulates different mediums, such as video production, interior, and product design, fashion design, and art installations. Artistic works produced in collaboration with J&PEG Studio have been included in private collections, and exhibited in galleries including Castello Sforzesco, Castel dell’Ovo, Villa Reale Milan, MART Museum and Boghossian Foundation Bruxelles. Consultancy work has covered graphic design, visual design, and fashion design with a special focus on leading high-end brands including Chanel and Armani.