Private refuge in everyday life: Zita Majoros' Sanctuary ceramic collection has arrived at Printa!

Privát menedék a hétköznapokban: megérkezett Majoros Zita Sanctuary kerámia kollekciója a Printába!

The Printa HOME department has expanded with a new ceramic collection: this time, Zita Majoros has poured her personal pathfinding into clean, organic forms , a process that collectively fills the everyday life of all of us. 

 

 

The designer of Printa, Zita Majoros, was now looking for the answer to the question of what else can be a refuge for us in our rapidly changing postmodern world. In addition to the strong stimuli and negative effects affecting us, we find it increasingly difficult to maintain mental balance and create the necessary conditions for rest . Zita looked for the answer in the home. 

 

Our home is the intimate space where we can retreat from the worries of the world to be quiet, so it is important not only for our sense of comfort and aesthetic needs to create a truly relaxing environment around us, but also for our psychological well-being . The Sanctuary collection helps with this, which consists of ceramics with clean, multi-layered meanings that allow us to live through objects, to create this private sanctuary where we can experience quality recharge. 

 

But why ceramics? For Zita, not only the home, but also the ceramics themselves are a refuge; the meeting of organic forms and soft structures. Ceramic art itself is a quiet, introspective, meditative work , so not only the finished work, but also the creative process itself is a peaceful activity. 

 

The collection also deliberately has an ancient dimension, which is why they have a meditative effect on the viewer. The elements that can be built on top of each other also strengthen this effect, if only the balance of opposites: the soft, moldable material, which eventually solidifies at high temperatures, and the meeting of the unglazed, grainy, light clay with the black pieces. The latter contrast evokes Asian culture , more specifically the symbol of yin-yang, which is a symbol of opposing yet complementary forces. 

One of the key pieces of the collection is an ikebana vase - which is also rooted in Japanese culture - which, with its organic, belt- forming shape, brings an interesting detail to any interior, and can stand its ground decoratively and excitingly even without plants. Dedicated functions can be attached to the pieces of the collection, such as the candle holder or jewelry holder sets, but they can also be used as small sculptures . Another outstanding piece are the three different ceramic masks that can be hung on the wall, and the mentioned ancient dimension and our journey of self-knowledge are strongly displayed in them. 

 

 

Zita Majoros' Sanctuary ceramics collection can be viewed on the Printa webshop or in the offline Printa store on Rumbach Sebestyén Street .