Reconnaissance soil map of the Mount Kulal – Marsabit area

From the cartographic archives of the Europees Cartografisch Instituut Rijswijk Z.H. (Netherlands) this carpet is based on a soil survey of Mount Kulal (Marsabit district) which shows with its colours the different dryness zones of the soil.

The rug’s irregular shape allows it to be placed in any area of the room without being limited to clearly defined corners.

Materials: 100% cotton yarn
Maximum size: 150×94 cm

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370,00  Euro

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Find out who made this item

CiaoKeti is the textile project of Keti Shahini.
Born out of a family passion, it has developed over time into a self-taught research pathway on the different weaving techniques.
The project is entirely inspired by and based on a 360° study and exploration of the elements
present in nature, from the symbiosis process between plants and mushrooms to the behavior of insects and animals in their natural habitats.
animals in their natural habitats. Just like nature, CiaoKeti is a project in continuous evolution and change: never still but always fluid, irregular and alive!

All the pieces are unique and handcrafted with love and patience, produced with carefully selected to convey a greater emphasis of sensations and emotions.
Indeed, imperfections are precious elements to be considered an integral part of a unique product.