We present a new collection of highly functional plain rugs designed with sustainability in mind especially for indoor and outdoor contract projects.
With over 250 possible combinations, choose from 5 models and 30 colors to find the solution that best suits your space.
The collection includes a Hand tufted model with subtle reliefs for indoor and outdoor, an elegan Hand loomed made with cut&loop technique for indoor and outdoor, a Dhurrie that combines three colors creating an interesting visual effect, also for indoor and outdoor use, a Sumak with its characteristic braid pattern and a Kilim that combines two color to create contrast and rythm.
FORMULA CONTRACT uses local fibers, prioritizing recycled materials and sustainable practices. From the conception, to the process - with Eco sheen, Jutex biodegradable and chemical-free cleaning products - to the recycled plastic packaging, all while incorporating original Indian sales tools to promote the collection.
A group of product designers that, in addition to coordinating the relationship with external artists, develop their own collections as a result of the investigation into the possibilities offered by artisanal techniques.
A clear example of the personality of this team is the Telares collection, an ode to handcrafted work. Telares showcases the beauty of artisan imperfection, playing with variations in weft and warp pressure.
Elisa Padrón (Head of design) and Clara Navarro (Product designer) are the current members of our design team.
A precise manual weaving technique, involving vertical or horizontal looms, carried out by highly skilled artisans. The basic concept of weaving is to intersect the longitudinal threads, (the warp), with the transverse threads, (the weft). The yarn is stretched and fastened to the loom to create a taut warp. Working from bottom to top, the artisans weave the weft, creating the different patterns and textures.
To create the pile, the fibre is wrapped around a special rod during the weaving process and then cut to ensure equal height. This technique permits a wide range of finishes, from simple and delicate short-strand pile, shag rugs to more elaborate loop pile involving various fibres. The handloom technique is also used to create dhurries, a flat weave with no pile that is perfect as a base for our volumetric rugs.