Nudo Brown Black Grey

NUDO is hand-woven with pure new wool according to traditional Colombian crafts, and produced in Cajicá, a town north of Bogotá at over 2500m above sea-level. Cajicá is known for its wool processing techniques. There, artisans use vertical looms and complex, time-consuming manual techniques to craft these rugs.

Designed by Sebastian Herkner, NUDO is a line of deep-pile rugs inspired by tribal masks on display in the Bogotá’s Gold Museum. With a colour-blocking design reminiscent of 1970s aesthetics, NUDO is available in 6 colourways in small and large sizes.

Material

Pure new wool.

Colours

Brown/Black/Grey

Size

Small 160 x 190 cm | Large 180 x 220 cm
Colour placement varies between sizes.
Featured size: Large 180 x 220 cm

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About the designer

Sebastian Herkner

Poetic compositions, refined shapes, and delicate surfaces mark Sebastian Herkner’s designs. He founded his Offenbach am Main based studio in 2006, creating furniture, lighting, installations and textiles; frequently showcasing the merger of contemporary techniques and traditional craftsmanship.

Alongside Ames’ Managing Director, Ana María Calderón Kayser, Sebastian travelled through Colombia in 2015 exploring the local landscape, communities, and historic landmarks. With a deepened understanding of the country’s people and background he created the Nobsa and Nudo designs, collaborating with local weaving workshops to produce the rugs in the land which inspired them.

Available Colours