DESIGN_ Today we take a look and let ourselves be captured by the warmth and eye-catching designs of Spanish rugs. These rug-makers present their latest collections intended for indoor and outdoor spaces: innovative fibres and fabrics, natural and biodegradable materials, marked out by the contrasts in their colours.
Charlotte Lancelot, Sandra Figuerola and Javier Tortosa designed for GAN By Gandia Blasco some really captivating collections for different compositions and ambiences. Charlotte revisits classical techniques as crosses and pixels: a perforated soft felt base with interwoven threads of wool in a range of colors, Sandra merges tradition and Indian crafts becoming the warmest and most comfortable side to globalization, Javier reveals basic style, classic, practical, accesible and contemporary as well.
This year, Nani Marquina has designed a new rug collection that immerse us into the stunning world of nature. The Natural collection has been produced with an exclusive selection of natural fibres that reflect the plurality that nature has to offer: nettle, afghan wool, silk and jute.
These fibres are twisted together into continuous thread: a highly laborious manual process that enriches the design, giving each carpet a soft and unique texture. Each thread, each knot, transports us to the world where this rug began.
VONDOM has launched a new outdoor concept creating carpets of intense colors, lasting and resistant to the adverse weather conditions. Constituting a new complement in the outdoor furniture universe, the collection bring us into a kind and warm precinct as any interior space. The sensation of the touching is similar than the natural and fresh grass.
Fabio Novembre for Vondom designed F3, a collection based on mathematical surfaces that flow freely until reach the perfect function of each element. An apparently simple design that requires an accurate study of engineering and high precision, achieving stackability concept never seen before in rotomolding. Sculptural beauty lines that help us to flow from its shape, mathematical science became design.
KETTAL's collection is characterised by the search for a combination of natural patterns applied to the industrial world: exceptional technical features, an innovative fabric both in terms of style and texture that is applied as an enveloping layer to the aluminium frame of armchairs, sofas and rocking chairs.