The graphic artist who designed this collection bases his work on the decomposition of colour through pixels, a technique that has been applied to the design of sofas, cushions, shirts… Now he embodies his special vision in these two rugs made from hand knotted wool, one in vibrant colours, the other in more gentle tones. Both rugs have their source in photographic enlargement, giving the pieces a digital and technological look. Depending on the light or time of day, a glance captures the random union of one part of the 26 colours that make up the rug, always creating stunning groupings that are surprising to the eye; really shocking optical effects.
New Zealand Wool:
Wool from New Zealand sheep is a natural, sustainable and biodegradable fibre. It is exceptionally beautiful thanks to its bright colour and is known for its quality and flexibility. This wool is hypoallergenic, it is easy to care for, ages well and holds its colour. It also minimise condensation and noise levels, while it creates a relaxing and comfortable environment.
Vertical handloom technique in which the thread is tightly fastened to the warp by a knot. A small braid is made with each weave, creating the most characteristic trait of this traditional technique. It produces flat rugs with highly-detailed patterns.
Sizes: 200x300 cm | 170x240 cm
Designed by: Cristian Zuzunaga