Atacama is a series of rugs made in viscose – a semi-synthetic
and highly versatile fibre obtained from cellulose. The rugs have a shiny,
smooth and soft appearance, like silk. The viscose brings out the surface
details, absorbs and reflects the l..
Fique is a strong, versatile fibre from Colombia and once used to make
coffee sacks and agricultural yarns.
Today, the natural fibre is hand spun before being knitted on special long
needles for making uniquely beautiful rugs.
Maglia, which means..
The Tantra rug stems from the hand loom technique, in which production
is carried out on a loom using entirely manual processes. Its geometric
pattern, obtained by repeating a simple pattern memorized by the weaver,
recalls the rigorous and accura..
To mark the hundredth
anniversary of the birth of Max
Huber, Poltrona Frau pays
homage to the famous Swiss artist and graphic designer with Billie and Dizzy, a
collection of rugs based on drawings of two unproduced works taken from..
Simona Cremascoli intertwines the tactile charm of knotting
with the visual image evoked by the name ‘Chado’, which in Japanese means ‘tea
ceremony’. In fact, the delicate lattice pattern on the Chado rugs is inspired
by the locations dedicat..
Contemporary design and
time-honoured artisan traditions meet in the Land rugs. The dye of this yarn offers up incredibly saturated and
deep shades like rust, charcoal grey, dark blue and natural. The colours
of the earth. In fact, the ..
A soft, warm and
full-bodied surface. A soft extension of the bed or seat on which to stretch
out, curl up, play, relax, read and walk barefooted. The Pecan rugs stem from in-depth Simona Cremascoli research into