SILAÏ

by GAN

SILAÏ, the collection created by Belgian designer Charlotte Lancelot for GAN, means “stitch” in the Hindi language and reinterprets the “petit-point” style embroidery through its rugs and accessories. Inspired by the work of craftsmen and women, Char

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SILAÏ
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GAN

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SILAÏ, the collection created by Belgian designer Charlotte Lancelot for GAN, means “stitch” in the Hindi language and reinterprets the “petit-point” style embroidery through its rugs and accessories. Inspired by the work of craftsmen and women, Charlotte Lancelot has created a collection that aims to highlight hand embroidery techniques with a shift in scale, use and context.


SILAÏ is now expanded to include three side tables of natural colour oak. Each table is provided with an engraved light relief using different drawings in order to provide continuity with the collection’s emblematic stitching. This way, the newly added pieces compliment the rugs, poufs and cushions offering an additional set of volumes that combines perfectly with the composition.


“The rug provides the main framework for the collection, while the other elements can slot easily into the gird and rectangles defined over its different parts,” explains the designer.


SILAÏ received a RED DOT award in recognition of its craft based technique where the passage of time, the care and patience required for its production are reflected, combined with its contemporary design.


The result: light furniture accessories, comfortable and uniquely designed.

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