Formula Contract

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.

nanimarquina team

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.

Formula Contract Hand tufted indoor

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Hand tufted

This technique requires a pistol-like tool to punch the fiber strands into a previously stretched fabric in a frame.

  1. To start the process, the strands are punched into the areas marked by the mapping (a template used to transfer the digital design to the rug support).

  2. Next, the protruding strands are cut and shaved to achieve the desired pile height.

  3. The design is contoured with scissors or a needle in order to correctly define the different areas of the motif.

  4. Once the motif is defined, a layer of latex is applied to the reverse side of the rug to ensure that the strands remain attached to the structure.

  5. To finish, a layer of fabric is affixed to act as a lining, offering a quality finish.

This technique permits curvilinear shapes, different pile heights, as well as the application of different colors within the same rug.

High density and durability.