Ana Jimenez Palomar

Ana JP Design is the London based studio of Ana Jimenez Palomar, a Mexican designer trained at Central Saint Martins. The studio makes bespoke conceptual furniture inspired by the heritage and personal experience of Ana’s Mexican culture, and is characterised by unexpected surreal shapes, bold colour and humour.
Ana has an interest in researching and analysing her experiences as an outsider and translating these to furniture and spaces. With this approach, Ana aims to give a fresh perspective on the conventional and the expected. The furniture designed by the studio is usually large and always visually dominant in order to provide a centrepiece from which a space can be inspired by and built around.
Chest of drawers by Ana Jimenez Palomar

The Doubleface Chest of drawers by Ana Jimenez Palomar The vibrant, unexpected and surreal nature of the Mexican character inspired the furniture collection “Los Enmascarados”, reflecting iconic Mexican masks. The Doubleface is one of the five pieces of the collection, his mask represents the battle between good and evil. The left side of the piece represents the good face, it seems normal, with its feet properly on the ground and its drawers facing the right way. The right side is the evil face, its feet are sticking dangerously up in the air and it has its unexpected evil drawer, you don’t really know what will happen when you open it.

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Ana Jimenez Palomar

Ana Jimenez Palomar is IDC member since 2015, with 2030 IDC rating.
 
 
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