Asking for the moon is no longer impossible. This dreamy rug is a re-edition of Oscar Tusquets’ La Luna rugs from the ’80s.
Advances in photographic techniques have allowed for a more exact reproduction of the moon, offering greater definition. The colours have also been revised, working with warmer tones in brown and beige.
The Luna rug is perfect for hallways, hang on the wall or the foot of a bed. Now you can feel the moon under your feet.
Oscar Tusquets Blanca
Architect by profession, designer by adaptation, painter by vocation and a writer from the desire to make friends, Tusquets is the prototype of the all-round artist that the specialization of the modern world has brought to the verge of extinction. Born in Barcelona, he graduated as an architect in 1965 from the Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura in Barcelona.
Founding member of the disappeared Studio Per, he worked with Lluís Clotet until 1984 on a wide range of projects. Between 1987 and 2010, he collaborated with the architect Carlos Días, creating urbanism and architectural projects internationally.
A founding member of Bd Barcelona Design, through this group he launched his career as a furniture and object designer. His pieces can be found in important collections such as the MOMA in New York or the George Pompidou in Paris. Among other awards Tusquets has received the Medalla de Oro al Mérito en las Bellas Artes, the Premio Nacional de Diseño, the insignia of Chevalier de l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres, and the Creu de Sant Jordi. In addition he has twice won the PremioCiutat de Barcelona, and several FAD de Arquitectura and Delta de Diseño.
Manual weaving produced on a vertical loom in which the strands are tightly fastened to the warp by knots.
The shape and thickness of the knot differentiate the variety of hand-knotted rugs and the finish will result in a 'Cut Pile', 'Loop Pile' or a braid-style in the case of Sumak rugs.
The number of knots will directly affect the density, definition of the pattern, durability and value of the rug.
This is a hand-knotting technique, in which half the knot is wound around the warp, while the other half is left loose. The result is an asymmetric knot that can lead to high densities and truly detailed motifs.
This is also a hand-knotting technique, but unlike the Persian knot, consisting in tightly symmetrical knots that achieve consistent pile and is used for thick rugs.
Indo Nepal knot
To create this type of knot, the craftsman winds the fiber around a rod, working more quickly. The fiber is subsequently cut and the cut pile or loop pile is obtained.
A technique in which the strands are fastened to the warp, which makes the rug seem to be constructed of braids. In this manner, a flat structure with surface relief is obtained.
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