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Mon 13.3.

GANDIABLASCO NEW CATALOGUE 2017

Posted by Walter Phillips on 13.03.2017 - Tagged as: ,

 

GANDIABLASCO NEW CATALOGUE 2017

 

The new 2017 GANDIABLASCO catalog is titled ‘An Odyssey -Chapter III’ and represents a return home after a long journey of adventures and apprenticeship. For GANDIABLASCO, this last chapter means going back to its roots, the pure design essence and the passion for outdoor living, with the blue Mediterranean sea as point of departure and arrival. Click to discover the collections that make up GANDIABLASCO’s very own DNA.

 

https://www.architonic.com/en/account-catalogues/gandiablasco/3100293/1

http://www.gandiablasco.com/en/?dlm_download_category=catalogos

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Bathyscafocus suspended fire place by Focus

Wintertime is cosy-time – snuggle up warm with the comfortable heat of a fire place, drink tea and listen to the sound of the crackling wood.

Or choose the gas version! Modern fire places offer different fuel technologies and are easy to set up –

at Architonic, you will find a wide selection of this romantic wintertime accessory for your home.

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'Kilim' by Sandra Figuerola for GAN

The Spanish manufacturer Gandia Blasco produces beside its collection of outdoor furniture a wide range of high quality carpets under the label GAN. At this year’s Habitat Valencia they presented some beautiful new designs, amongst others this traditional looking by slightly simplified Kilim by the Valencia based graphic and product designer Sandra Figuerola.

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'Mangas' by Partricia Urquiola

'Mangas' by Partricia Urquiola

Pattern, colours and textiles are her thing: GAN, Gandia Blasco’s carpet and textile brand, presented at the Salone in Milan the second collection designed by Patricia Urquiola.

A modular carpet system: 'Mangas' by Particia Urquiola

A modular carpet system: 'Mangas' by Particia Urquiola

‘Mangas’ (engl. Sleeves) is based on a patchwork of different wool knits, to create a collection of various typologies with different shapes, going from Manga corta (short sleeve) to Manga de campana (bell-shaped sleeve). The result is a series of eight very special carpets, full of nuances, due to their variety of textures and colours.

'Mangas' by Patricia Urquiola

'Mangas' by Patricia Urquiola

more Gandia Blasco products @ Architonic