The new flat weave rugs collection designed by mist-o, the Italian-Japanese duo composed by Tommaso Nani and Noa Ikeuchi in their second year of collaboration with the brand, completes the scene with its graphic pattern.
Kumo, meaning “cloud” in Japanese, takes inspiration from the fabrics used for kimono, looking to enfold into a carpet the lightness and simplicity of a pattern that is usually worn.
Available in three different versions, these flat weave rugs woven on a vertical or horizontal loom, thin and therefore highly versatile, integrate the Japanese expressiveness with the technique of textile artisans in Lahore, Pakistan, naturally creating elegant products and materials.
Carpet abstractly reminiscent of a surface covered by big snowflakes; hence the name Misore, which means sleet, or ice over.
Hand- spun carded 100% fine wool, hand-woven quality, kilim technique with fissure.
Made in Pakistan.
Available in 2 color versions.
Available also with customized sizes.