Gandia Blasco Multi-Colored Kilim Hexa
This is the rectangular model of the Hexa rug from GAN's kilim collection, a piece also available in a hexagonal format. Designed by Enblanc, its appearance shows the complex variety of geometric possibilities that can be achieved with a mosaic of hexagons.
On its pattern, it is possible to distinguish different types of triangles, various sizes of diamonds and hexagons, and even rectangles and octagons. Some figures appear in solid colors, others are only contoured. Available in four sizes, Hexa is a light and reversible rug, made with threads of various shades of green, orange, brown, garnet, red, raw, blue and black.
HEXA, A RUG FROM GAN'S KILIM COLLECTION
The kilim is an artisan method of rug making in which the weft is tightly woven on a manual loom, using only threads and no knotting. The result is a light fabric with no pile, similar to that of upholstery. It is a technique that offers great flexibility, a feature that GAN explores thoroughly to create high-impact details.
ENBLANC, DESIGNERS OF THE HEXA KILIM
Enblanc is a Valencia-based studio that specializes in product design, spaces and graphic communication, founded by Paula Aloy and José Aranda in 2007. The combination of these three specialties has allowed them, over time, to address proposals with a multidisciplinary approach. Enblanc has been diversifying its activity since its inception, progressing from furniture and product design for the interior design industry to conceiving complete spaces, both commercial, exhibition and residential. Additionally, they have developed parallel graphic identity projects for the food and beverage industry, as well as corporate image makeovers for service companies and cultural events. Their graphic skill can be perceived in the character of the rugs they have designed for GAN.