Nanimarquina Tatami
  • Nanimarquina Tatami
  • Nanimarquina Tatami
  • Nanimarquina Tatami
  • Nanimarquina Tatami
  • Nanimarquina Tatami
  • Nanimarquina Tatami

Nanimarquina Tatami Carpet

€1,065.00
€852.00
Availability approximate 3 weeks.
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  • Yellow
  • Natural
  • Black
  • Indigo
  • Purple
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The essence of traditional Japanese straw tatamis are the inspiration for these dhurries made with 50% New Zealand wool and 50% jute. Hand-loomed in India, the structure and shine of the jute blended with the softness of the wool create a mesmerizing combination.

Specifications

Hand loomed Jute and New Zealand Wool

Size Description

170 x 240cm
200 x 300cm
300 x 400cm (Upon request)

  • Ariadna Miquel

    Graduate in Industrial Design at Elisava, Escola Superior de Disseny. Her interest in textiles and her curiosity about production techniques allow her to provide innovative textures and at the same time to learn to apply the colour. An Industrial Design graduate from Elisava School of Design in Barcelona, Miquel’s passion for textiles and her curiosity about production techniques allow her to create innovative textures, while experimenting with colour application. Receiving the highest accolades for her final year project, Miquel was awarded the prestigious ADI-FAD award in 2002. She would then participate in various projects for brands such as Alcatel and Bormioli Rocco, enjoying the opportunity to include her work in the Reflexus exhibition, with Ingo Maurer, at the Centre d’Art Santa Mònica, and the installation Flux Mundis at the MNAC, Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya. After working with Martín Azúa and Emiliana Design Studio, she joined the nanimarquina design team in 2003. Here she has been closely involved in the development of the brand’s collections and those of external collaborators, following each project to production, hand in hand with the suppliers and artisans. In 2008 and 2009, she served on ADI-FAD’s executive board.
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