Established by Nani in 1987, family-owned nanimarquina is driven by a creative background and a very clear goal: to design unique and surprising rugs for people to fall in love with.
October 8th, 2018
For more than 20 years, Cult has been bringing the world’s best and most unique in design to Australian shores. Championing the famous and beloved, and underground and upcoming, Cult has been a favourite in the architecture and design community and design loving public alike. Spanish rug design brand nanimarquina will fit right in.
For Australian and New Zealand audiences, Cult welcomes the Spanish rug expertise of nanimarquina to its collection – bringing a playful aesthetic and inherent sense of craftsmanship through its range of contemporary handcrafted rugs.
With both innovation and tradition at its’ essence, nanimarquina blends contemporary design with handcraft techniques, outsourcing production to a variety of countries to gain a concise understanding of cultural values and traditions and create quality one-of-a-kind rugs with spirit.
By working with local and international designers to produce a diversity of themes, textures, materials and shapes, nanimarquina creates a rug for each person, space and emotion.
The Tres collection, which is available in two sizes and seven colour variations, pays tribute to the ancient craft of weaving, reclaiming the basics and appreciating the beauty in details.
A traditional Indian flat-weave Dhurrie rug, Tres captivates with elemental and timeless design and its’ uniqueness lies in the production of three independent parts in which different fibres predominate. The proportion and combination of wool, felt, and cotton generate changes in tone and irregularities in the weave, bringing its’ earthy quality and pattern to life.
Showcased and available to order across Cult showrooms nationally, the nanimarquina collection is one with substance; harmoniously combining authentic design with thoughtful artisanship and ultimately making tradition contemporary.
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