Key facts

Product:
Pangea Venus warm
Family:
Pangea
Manufacturer:
Amini >
Architonic ID:
1503296
Country:
Italy
Launched:
2016
Manufacturer groups :
Carpets/Rugs-Rugs >
Groups:
Carpets/Rugs-Rugs >

Product description

Quality
100.000 knots/sqm

Pile composition
50% Bamboo Silk, 50% Tibetan Wool (hand spun wool hand carded)

Height
12mm

Technique
hand knotted

Origin
India

Finishing
the carpets are hand washed, clipped and carved.
The fringes are revolved on the backside and covered with cloth

Stock sizes
250x300, 250X350 cm

Lead time for custom sizes
3-4 months

Concept

Pangea
Pangea delves into the roots of History, however, in its being “primitive” it raises cultural references that already belong to us. Made of precious silk and hand-carded Tibetan wool this collection of artifacts boasts the refined and today even more precious advantage of being “real”. Thus, spots that appear to have been left by fingerprints then make up hardly Euclidean geometrical shapes that are repeated, appear and fade, and rise up in more or less visible patterns.

TRIBAL COLLECTION
These rugs can speak to us through symbols, abstract geometries and code signs. Their natural tones recall the earth, its history and its remains. Their decorations are basic, yet mysterious messages sent from ancient ancestors. Amini retraces and explores this intense, rich history with a wealth of possible developments by creating a line of rugs that combine design creativity and rigorous workmanship. And this is how Pangea, Moroccan Touch and Nema was born, carpets with a strong tribal flavor, united by the search of the sign. Because whether it is important to remember that the creation of each piece of the Moroccan Touch line is instinctive and therefore does not respond to established patterns, on the other hand it should be highlighted that the success of these products is in the care of the executive design, in weaving, in the supplying of raw materials and in wool spinning. The Moroccan Touch collection is the essence of the Berber rug, a testament to the traditions of the nomadic peoples of North Africa, who regarded the carpet as an integral part of the family heritage that every household would hand down as an heirloom from one generation to another. Pangea so as Nema delve into the roots of History, however, in its being “primitive” it does not raise deviant cultural references, for it is already “our” history.