Patricia Urquiola partnered with GANDIABLASCO’s textile brand, GAN, again on a collection of bold graphic rugs. Mirage pays homage to Op art with its playful pattern comprising gradient bands that create a three-dimensional effect suggesting movement. The irregular shape of the outer edges pushes the typical rectangular boundaries of most rugs. Each of the rugs is hand-knotted from pure New Zealand wood making them true works of art. The collection is available in three primary color ways – blue, orange, and nude – and in one size – 200 x 310 cm (6’7″ x 9’11”).
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