Whilst the mystery of Polynesian art is still being unraveled, bold symbols, animalistic figures, and large symmetrical patterns start evolving on the looms at the Amadi weaving workshop.
The Fiji collection embodies a new take on the ancient South Pacific art of wood carving. Consequential shapes and rich, vibrant colours are a feature of the art and woven into rugs; these distinctive patterns truly push the boundaries of modern interior design. Deliberate use of raw materials and texture translate these bright, dazzling designs into a series of outstanding carpets.
Lono, named after the Polynesian god of peace and agriculture; it is evident where the inspiration to create this rug originated from with abstract motifs coming together to create perfect harmony. In the center of the rug, there is a seed shaped motif bisecting two biomorphic circles. In conjunction with the simplicity of the color palette, this rug will give any room a soothing effect.
Made from natural fibers and ethically produced in Afghanistan.