Continuing the design dialogue of its predecessor, “JD02 Noir” was from the same study of reductivism, here the single sheet of baltic birched plywood is elongated in width serving as a two-seater. Thermal coating is a process that mixes a chemical and catalyst, applied with heat; the two entities will then bind, creating a shell around the surface. Once cured the thermal coated surface becomes impenetrable. The use of this process gives the geometric form an unrelenting versatility to exist in and outdoors, as well as the tactility of an orange peel. Its undiluted nature communicates a configured principle with no visible semblance of hardware. Between its use of black and continuous material, the JD02 Noir establishes a cosmic element akin to universal vastness.