While a single piece, Macondo appears to be comprised of a number of rugs layered on top of one another, some with fringe, some without. Mixing different textures and different colours, each of the four variations are infused with a nomadic spirit.
Macondo rugs are hand-woven on a loom using a traditional dhurrie technique; made with only a warp and weft, the flat-weave rugs have no knotting. The four colourways feature a mixture of mèlange yarns in various complementary tones: neutral greys and browns (MC 01); muddy blues, teals and brown (MC 02); rust, plum, light grey and brown (MC 03); and pale aqua, blue and canvas (MC 04).
The Macondo rugs are made from wool and viscose with hand-hemmed borders and are offered in two standard sizes – 180 x 250 cm and 220 x 300 cm – plus custom sizes.