Ghidini 1961 Triple Waves Rectangular and Round Rug by Lorenza Bozzoli


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Inspired by the experimentation of Arte Povera art of the seventies that used unusual materials such as corrugated cardboard, this family of rugs are available in shades of beige, grey and blue.

Rectangular Composition - 50% New Zealand Wool, 40% Tencel and 10% Cotton Backing.

Round Composition - 45% New Zealand Wool, 45% Tencel and 10% Cotton Backing.

Hand tufted
The fleece can then be finished by hand to different thicknesses with the use of scissors.
The fleece can be held as a “velvet” or a “loop” (small bouclè).
At the end of the weaving process, natural latex is poured on the back of the carpet, which gives greater compactness to the structure of the carpet.
Finally, a cotton cloth is applied on the back as a finishing touch.

Dimensions - 200 x 300 cm, 250 x 350cm, 300 x 400cm, 200cmØ and 300cmØ.

Custom sizes are also available.

Colours - Grey, Beige and Light Blue.

Designer -  Lorenza Bozzoli

Born in Milan where she studied art at the Brera Academy. Initially started as a freelance fashion designer, collaborating with Fiorucci, Basile, Plein Sud, Sergio Rossi and Camper, her interest then moved toward the world of product design, and she started articulating her work through a vast series of collaborations with big brands such as Alessi, Moooi, Dedon, Dilmos, Edition, Mingardo, Pomellato, Slamp, Slide, Tato Italia and Colè.

In 2018 she founded her brand Lorenza Bozzoli Couture that produces contemporary high end furnishing accessories. She partecipated in many exibithions in Italy and abroad, such as at Triennale Milano and Cooper Hewitt in New York.

Lorenza currently lives and works in Milan.