A sequence of triangles that turn into diamonds, thence to squares and rectangles displaying soft hues and slender shapes embellished with powerful colorful accents. Diamantina, the decoration reminiscent of the diamond pattern ceramic tiles often used in the architectural works. From the original design of Gio Ponti. Masterworks such as Tibetan wool and natural silk varieties are more than just furnishing accessories as they bring into our homes a feeling of harmony and a sense of proportion struck by the perfect balance between design, shape and color.
Quality: 120.000 knots/sqm
Pile composition: 30% natural silk, 70% Tibetan wool (hand spun wool hand carded)
Tecnique: Hand Knotting
Finishing: the carpets are hand washed, clipped and carved. The fringes are revolved on the backside and covered with cloth.
The great harmony and sense of measure, born from the balance between design, shapes and colors are the hallmarks of the furnishing complements from the Gio Ponti collection. Tibetan wool and natural silk masterpieces that regale homes with the sober elegance imbued by the Milanese master into virtually all aspects of his twentieth-century projects.