Oona by Normann Copenhagen

Oona

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Designer Simon Legald
Launched in 2013
Architonic id 1215122

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A play between shapes and contrasts
- Normann Copenhagen presents the Oona range of rugs, designed by Simon Legald

Designer Simon Legald has created Oona for Normann Copenhagen. Oona is a range of three hand knotted rugs with a simple and graphical feel. Oona is a play between shapes and contrasts. Clean lines and soft curves meet each other and go to create three unique shapes that are neither round nor square. A simple, immersed line of a darker shad breaks up the plain color of the surface.

When designing products, Simon Legald often goes into depth with details. He has, for example, given each of the three rugs in the Oona range a different corner radius, thereby creating a variation in design while maintaining the same mode of expression.

Simon Legald explains: ”I have tried to create a rug where it is primarily the shape that makes it decorative. I have added a sharp line, which is a simple detail that accentuates the shape by creating asymmetry and works as a visual contrast to the soft rounded edges.”

The Oona rug is available in three sizes and colors; rose, mint and grey. The rugs can be used for many purposes. For example, in the dining room, under the coffee table, next to the bed or combined for use in a hallway or large hall.

Colors: Rose, mint, grey
Material: 100 % New Zealand wool


Product group: Carpets Rugs / Designer rugs Shape square Shape circular Shape oval Technique hand-knotted Material wool Colour grey Colour green Colour pink/magenta
Designer: Simon Legald

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