Martí Guixe, a designer with conceptual look visionary and unconventional, has resurrected an old Kerman carpet, giving life to the mythical pictorial designs of birds, flowers, horses and deer that come and go… like ghosts. True to the curious simplicity and seriousness of the artist's works,
One approach to spaces where the irregularity is a plus. Red, purple or pistachio, in different ways, each of these irregular pile carpets are complemented by a pad, with the same shape and color.
In addition to its ornamental appeal, the cushion invites you to sit or lie on the warm surface, away from formulaic or rigid posture, predisposing relaxing moments.
One gives meaning to the other, making this part more than a carpet.
Its asymmetrical contours allow excessive break by a rational distribution of stay or too strict geometry and on the other hand, never gives the feeling that the carpet is installed incorrectly.