by Kengo Kuma
Woven wood to feel nature
With GOZ, the Master of Architecture Kengo Kuma shows us his vision of craftsmanship by listening to materials, their intrinsic constructive capacities, and their emotional content. Composed of three rugs, Tsuchi, Kiri and Ame —terms for fog, rain, and soil in Japanese—, the collection extols the genuine beauty of handmade objects and focuses on the coexistence of materials in nature. On a manual loom, expert craftsmen insert teak wood rods —circular, semicircular, or square in section— into a framework of undyed virgin wool.
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Fibre composition: Wool & teak wood
176x240 cm / 5'9"x7'11"
206x300 cm / 6'9"x9'10"
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