Sundown rug by Alejandra Gandía-Blasco for Gan

Dezeen Showroom: designer Alejandra Gandía-Blasco undertook a fancy color examine to translate the depth of the solar assembly the horizon over the ocean into the Sundown rug, created for Spanish model Gan.

Made from pure wool, the Sundown rug is hand-knotted by artisans in India in a spectrum of 12 crimson and orange tones.

Gan describes the piece as a part of Gandía-Blasco’s “exploration into making the intangible tangible”.

The Sundown rug encompasses a vibrant composition made from 12 shades of wool

The designer, who can be the inventive director of Gan, started with a photograph she had taken of a sundown, treating it as an summary picture and breaking down its color composition and gradation.

She then mapped out the tones by figuring out them within the Chromatone system to seek out their equivalents in wool and a hand-knotting approach that includes 1000’s of exact knots was chosen to create the rug.

Sunset rug by Alejandra Gandía-Blasco for Gan
It’s made utilizing the hand-knotting approach

The completed design is offered in two sizes and is alleged by Gan to deliver persona and the potential to stir emotion into any room.

“Sundown has character,” mentioned Gandía-Blasco. “I think about it close to home windows, eating rooms with glass doorways, areas with views of the outside, pure areas, locations the place you may ponder the sundown and benefit from the final mild of the day.”

Product: Sundown
Designer: Alejandra Gandía-Blasco
Model: Gan
Contact: [email protected]

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