Using the graphic codes of North African rugs, Italian designers Marta Laudani and Marco Romanelli imagine Jamil, edited by Nodus and knotted by hand in wool. Divided into two parts, its motif presents on one side geometric shapes like a frieze and on the other side a poetic solitary form made up of different elements reminiscent of that of a feather, the whole is represented in black on an off-white background. One end of the rug follows the graphics of the drawings and gives a serrated edge. This creation brings a contemporary side to your space.
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