Gandia Blasco Multi-Colored Hand Tufted Mota 2 Rug
Cheerful and colorful, GAN's Mota2 rug is a very soft piece made using the hand-tufted technique, with 100% virgin wool. Its most curious feature is that its surface has two pile heights: one is more voluminous, in a broken white color, while the other one is lower, scattered like polka dots.
The various colors, all of them soft shades, make Mota2 an ideal complement for warm spaces. Additionally, its colorful and playful aesthetic fits especially well in children's rooms and playrooms. Designed by Jose A. Gandía-Blasco Canales, Mota2 is made entirely by hand and it is available in three sizes.
MOTA2, A RUG FROM GAN'S HAND TUFTED COLLECTION
Hand-tufting is a manual rug-making method in which a special handheld tool shoots and cuts a portion of wool following a pattern over a stretched cotton fabric. This technique offers great freedom in terms of designs, thicknesses, finishes and colors. With it, GAN makes possible the impossible.
JOSÉ A. GANDÍA-BLASCO CANALES, DESIGNER OF MOTA2
José A. Gandía-Blasco Canales is the president and artistic director of GANDIABLASCO. He is part of the second generation leading the company and was the one who, in the nineties, steered the firm towards contemporary outdoor furniture and internationalization. Subsequently, he also led the renewal of the company’s textile production, from which GAN would emerge in 2004, relying on Mapi Millet to develop a new product line and its expansion plan. Diabla is his latest business endeavor, the third brand under the GANDIABLASCO umbrella. Parallel to his role in the management of the company, he has also created multiple designs for the three brands, characterized by a fresh and imaginative personal style of marked Mediterranean influence.