Gervasoni | Guna

For Gervasoni Chiara Andreatti has designed Guna, an outdoor space based on multiethnic inspirations

Guna collection by Gervasoni, Design Chiara Andreatti
Guna collection by Gervasoni, Design Chiara Andreatti

The first collaboration between Gervasoni and the designer Chiara Andreatti has led to Guna, a collection of outdoor furnishings that includes carpets, charpoys, cushions and small tables. “A quality of all-encompassing energy” is the meaning of the Sanskrit term Guna, referring to the braiding and thread that form a rope. It is also connected with the relations and encounters of cultures, which form the basis of Andreatti’s design.

The carpet, made with a refined technique, combines craftsmanship with the perfection and serial potential of industrial looms. The charpoy, a traditional Indian cot with flared legs, has been created with nautical rope in the mélange colors of hemp and cacao, woven by hand on a wooden structure treated for outdoor use, and combined with cushions covered in knitted fabric, made of recycled polyester fibers. The collection also includes low tables with a sculptural base in a C-shaped or star form in refractory ceramics, and a square top in wood treated for outdoor use.

Guna carpet by Gervasoni, Design Chiara Andreatti
Guna charpoy by Gervasoni, Design Chiara Andreatti
Guna coffee tables by Gervasoni, Design Chiara Andreatti
Guna carpet by Gervasoni, Design Chiara Andreatti
Guna charpoy by Gervasoni, Design Chiara Andreatti
Guna coffee tables by Gervasoni, Design Chiara Andreatti
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