Diego Fortunato Stone Wool Collection
  • Diego Fortunato Stone Wool Collection
  • Diego Fortunato Stone Wool Collection
  • Diego Fortunato Stone Wool Collection
  • Diego Fortunato Stone Wool Collection
  • Diego Fortunato Stone Wool Collection
  • Diego Fortunato Stone Wool Collection
A collection consisting of 5 rugs in different shapes and colours. The creator of the rugs, Diego Fortunato, was inspired by the smooth, rounded pebbles found on the seashore, and he has respected their silhouettes and colours in the collection. Their irregular shapes and perfectly combinable colours allow for them to be placed in a multitude of spaces and to create capriciously repetitive patterns. "They are woollen stones".

Handtufting System:
Manual method carried out with the aid of a pistol-like device. When actuated, it fires and then cuts a portion of the wool, inserting it into a cotton cloth base, on which the pattern has been previously marked. The wool is fixed to the base by means of latex. It allows for elaborate designs but not precise curved ones.

Rugs: 100% Wool (Bikaneri + New Zealand)
Manufacture: Handmade
System: Handtufting
Density: 55.813 knots/m2
Wool pile height: 14 mm
Total height: 20 mm
Total weight: 4,15 kg/m2

Design:
Diego Fortunato

Manufacturer:
Nanimarquina