Although we love most things Patricia Urquiola designs, we are completely blown away by her creative and innovative rugs. We could even picture these being used as accents on top of our custom Avance range.
Patricia Urquiola was born in Oviedo (Spain) and lives and works in Milan since more than 20 years.She attended the School of Architecture of Madrid Polytechnic and Milan Politechnic where she graduated in 1989 with Achille Castiglioni.
Spanish designer Patricia Urquiola has patterned a collection of rugs and seat covers for Spanish brand Gan with oversized stitching.
Patricia Urquiola designed the Bandas collection for the rug company’s new concept Gan Spaces, in which the floor coverings are also used to upholster furniture and accessories.
“Using a single set, you can change the use and appearance of your space as many times as you like,” said a statement from Gan.
The long, thin wool rugs are patterned with large stitches that form grids across the surfaces. Even chunkier lines in different colours add further details to the designs.Background colours including light grey, faded pink, cream and black are used in different combinations with orange, yellow and blue patterns. (source : http://www.dezeen.com/2014/10/01/patricia-urquiola-bandas-rugs-furniture-gan/)
The Mangas Globo MG1 is part of the Mangas Rug Series by Gandia Blasco were designed by Patricia Urquiola. ‘Mangas’ (English translation is Sleeves) is based on a patchwork of different wool knits, to create a collection of various typologies with different shapes, going from Manga corta (short sleeve) to Manga de campana (bell-shaped sleeve). The result is a series of eight very special knitted carpets, full of nuances, due to their variety of textures and colors. These irresistible modern rugs playfully combine texture, color and shape. The Mangas Rugs by Patricia Urquiola will add warmth and atmosphere to any space. The Mangas Globo MG1 has a unique pot shape to it, with cool color hues of grey.