Contemporary rug IN-CANTO AVORIO
plainbamboo fiberrectangular

contemporary rug
contemporary rug
contemporary rug
contemporary rug
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Characteristics

Style
contemporary
Motif
plain
Material...
bamboo fiber
Shape
rectangular
Fabrication
hand-woven
Origin
Indian
Designer
by Deanna Comellini
Options
custom
Width

Max.: 300 cm (118 in)

200 cm (79 in)

Min.: 170 cm (67 in)

Length

Max.: 400 cm (157 in)

300 cm (118 in)

Min.: 240 cm (94 in)

Description

A light and magnetic rug made in a precious material In-Canto is a modern expression of a luxury contemporary rug with a light yet seductive weave that capture the light, a product of G.T.DESIGN’s extensive research in textile fibers. The shimmering properties of bamboo viscose are highlighted through a modern manual weaving technique developed through years of experimentation with this yarn. Only 8 mm thick, the precious and magnetic rug shimmers in the light and provides an unparalleled tactile and visual experience while seamlessly blending in its surroundings. Made in viscose fiber sourced from plant cellulose that doesn’t cause deforestation, In-Canto is a vegan and sustainable rug that uses non-toxic and azo-free dyes. In addition to the timeless Cipria, Ecru, and Platino shades, the collection’s new colors take inspiration from the Italian Renaissance. The new sophisticated and timeless color palette, including Acque, Brina, Paglierino and Ombre, ranges from deep greens to bronze and greys. A trendsetter in the design industry, In-Canto‘s weightless, elegant, and captivating texture is versatile for modern and traditional spaces. In-Canto area rug is available in made-to-measure in widths of up to four meters and in a round version on request.

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