Gandia Blasco Brown Hand Knotted Waterkeyn 2
The Terra Waterkeyn rug features a surface that seems to change color with soft and disconcerting transitions. This is due to the use of jute threads, a material that can look very different depending on the angle from which it is observed.
The different shades of color offered by Waterkeyn are similar to the changing perceptions offered by grass fields depending on the amount and the angle of sunlight. Created by the internal design team at GAN, Waterkeyn is knotted by hand in a completely manual way. It is available in three sizes as well as in another version that features greenish-blue tones.
WATERKEYN, A RUG FROM GAN'S HAND KNOTTED COLLECTION
The hand-knotted technique is a manual rug-making method that allows for extremely detailed designs, precisely because rugs are made knot by knot. It is a very laborious technique and, consequently, it offers great flexibility. Bearing this peculiarity in mind, those at GAN create hand-knotted designs with both uniform patterns as well as with an apparent randomness.