Modular furniture systems
Gan, the subsidiary of the Valencia based external furniture company Gandia Blasco, launched their innovative concept Gan Spaces at Maison&Objet 2013 this January. The rug is the starting point for the interior design theme to which can be added coordinating cushions, poufs and accessories. Designers include Patricia Urquiola, Charlotte Lancelote, Sandra Figuerola, Hector Serrano as well as their own team.
Patricia Urquiola / Lana Manga
Patricia Urquiola expands on the Manga collection by presenting Lana Mangas spaces for Gan. With the same texture and comfort of the rug collection, the spaces collection is comprised of modular components that can used interchangeably to create a multitude of different configurations.
Lana Mangas collection by Patricia Urquiola
Charlotte Lancelot / Canevas
Charlotte revisits classical techniques: a cross, a pixel. Carpets, pouf and cushions made using a perforated soft felt base with interwoven threads of wool in a range of colors.
Sandra Figuerola / Glaoui
Moroccan tradition and Indian crafts collide to form this exquisite collection, becoming the warmest and most comfortable side to globalization.
Héctor Serrano / Sail
The wool dhurrie (type of rug) transforms and grows in volume. Urban, sober and essential it affords a plethora of possibilities. Modular pieces creating different compositions and ambiences.
Gandia Blasco / Trenzas
Made of wool and cotton on manual looms, the braided collection displays nature in a pure form while evoking comfort and quality. Modular pieces creating different compositions and ambiences.
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