Parquet by GAN Rugs

Parquet expertly combines the patterns and geometries of traditional flooring with new shapes and colours, creating rugs that feature a three-dimensional matrix, accentuated by their irregular shapes.

Parquet embraces GAN’s philosophy of integrating traditional and new elements with Scandinavian simplicity.

Composition: 100% Wool, Reversible

Technique: Kilim

Colours: Tetragon Blue, Yellow and Orange

Dimensions:

Tetragon Blue – 147cm x 213cm

Tetragon Blue – 213cm x 312cm

Tetragon Yellow – 195cm x 254cm

Tetragon Yellow – 195cm x 314cm

Tetragon Orange – 153cm x 203cm

Tetragon Orange – 188cm x 305cm

 

 

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GAN

GAN is an internationally respected and revered rug company, representing an innovative and contemporary outlook on original textile production.

In the 1940s, GAN carried out a respectful revision of traditions and manual work, leading to the extraordinary evolution of crafts worldwide.
This process has materialised over time into a series of collections of great value in terms of design, research, development, and even business ethics.
GAN rugs are handmade by expert artisans using traditional techniques that have been renewed and updated thanks to the creativity of internationally renowned designers, including Patricia Urquiola, Kengo Kuma and Kensaku Oshiro. This has resulted in many international design awards and ongoing recognition as a leader in the sector.
Its application to modular structures and accessories, which allow the user to create complete spaces, has also given rise to new concepts of habitability in contemporary spaces.

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About the designer

Front

Sofia Lagerkvist and Anna Lindgren are the members of the Swedish design group Front.

Their works are based on common discussions, explorations and experiments and they collaborate in all projects from initial ideas to the final product. Front’s design objects often communicate a story to the observer about the design process, about the material it is made of or about conventions within the design field. In their work they have assigned part of the making of design to animals, computers or machines.

They have made a constantly changing interior, created objects with explosions, robotic furniture and a range of furniture inspired by their fascination with magic.

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