Natural and biodegradable fibers, as well as recycled materials, give shape, stitch by stitch, to GAN’s collections.
From New Zealand, India, Nepal, Turkey or Argentina and always of the best quality. Few materials are capable of providing so many benefits: protection, insulation, comfort, flexibility, durability and, above all, versatility. Wool in our hands is transformed into products of new and unexpected textures.
Felt is a textile material that is produced by matting, condensing and pressing fibers together. Felted wool maintains the same properties as wool but can be cut and shaped in multiple ways, allowing for creative freedom.
PET is a plastic material commonly used for packaging foods or beverages. Since it is not biodegradable, it tends to accumulate and cause environmental problems. By weaving our rugs from recycled plastic, we divert waste from landfills, save water and prevent CO2 emissions. Additionally, the resulting textile is resistant and suitable for outdoor use.
Fresh and vibrant, jute provides a natural finish and the sensation of having nature at your fingertips. This natural and rustic plant material stands out for its textured and matte look. Jute can work on its own or as a canvas on which to layer different materials.
Woven in a myriad of ways, Indian cotton acts as a base for many of our products. The cotton bases make our rugs more resistant, breathable, stable and comfortable, in addition to protecting the floor underneath with its softness.
Viscose is a fiber produced from regenerated cellulose, and can be manufactured from a variety of plants such as soybeans, bamboo or sugarcane. It is a versatile fiber that can mimic the texture of silk, wool, cotton or linen. Viscose products are soft, light, fresh and breathable.