Published on : Wednesday, April 26, 2017
During Salone del Mobile 2017 in Milan, contemporary rug design company Nanimarquina celebrated its 30th anniversary. For the past 30 years, Nanimarquina has been creating unique rugs that excite and transmit emotions.
The perfect gift for a 30-year milestone, the Hayon x Nani is a dreamy, wild collection with a great sense of humour – designed by Jaime Hayon.
Created with the hand tufting technique, a manually operated pistol injects pieces of wool, intuitive and fluid lines are achieved, as well as an organic composition: the definitive and faithful reproduction of the original sketch by the designer.
A first glance reveals a chaotic tangle of colours and shapes that invade the rug. However, after looking carefully, the imagination of Jaime Hayon springs to life: turtles, lips, hands, stools, fish, half men – half birds.
An artisanal flat-weave made in India, the Mía rug is a Dhurrie created by joining three pieces, individually dyed, to obtain a worn, lived-in effect. Mía is the first collection that can be fully customised, choosing between two sizes, four colours, and four different finishes. You can contrast seams, add different types of fringes or opt for colourful stitches. Infinite results are possible; each detail makes a difference, ensuring your rug is unique.
A slim, hand-woven Kilim, Blend rug applies the basic rules of colour theory, with three available models in which hue, luminosity, and saturation vary.
Blend plays with the visual perception of colours. Solid surfaces interact with surfaces that are constructed from lines. These duo toned lines merge into the viewer’s eye to create new colours. Due to this graphic system a multitude of subtle shades are rendered departing from 5 different yarns.
Blend applies the basic rules of colour theory, with three available models in which hue, luminosity, and saturation vary. A slim, hand-woven Kilim, this original rug from Pakistan will delight those passionate about colour. Raw Color accompanies nanimarquina discovering current and contemporary colour territories.