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Luna Rug

by Oscar Tusquets Blanca
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The Luna rug is a re-edition of Spanish architect, designer, and painter Oscar Tusquets’ La Luna rugs from the 1980s by Spanish brand Nanimarquina. This modern classic is larger than the ‘80s version and perfect for hallways or the foot of a bed. A next to perfect reproduction of the moon, this hand knotted, high density, Indo Nepal rug of pure New Zealand wool, is a luxurious treat. Advances in photographic techniques have allowed for a more exact reproduction of the moon, offering greater definition that are duplicated in the rug.

The Luna rug colors have also been revised from the original La Luna rug, working with warmer tones in brown and beige. These high-quality rug is entirely handcrafted, which may result in slight variances in size. This rug is hand-dyed and color tones may vary a little. Prolonged exposure to sunlight may alter rug color tone and may even cause discoloring.

Nanimarquina was founded in 1987 by Nani Marquina and has been dedicated to innovation and quality ever since, blending contemporary design and traditional craftsmanship techniques.

Luna Rug, by Spanish architect, designer, and painter Oscar Tusquets Blanca for Nanimarquina
- Modern classic design
- 100% New Zealand wool, 85 knots/sq in
- Hand knotted, Indo Nepal
- Ø 4’11” x H 0.5", wool pile height 0.4"
- Contact us for custom sizes, with a minimum diameter of 4'11"
- Indoor use
- Can be dry-cleaned
- Contact us to add an anti-slide rug base
- Several eco-friendly treatments available: anti-stain, anti-UV, antibacterial and antiviral (including COVID-19), flame retardant
- Made in India
- Free Shipping


100% New Zealand Wool, 85 knots/sq in
4'11" H 0.5'' Pile H 0.4"


Oscar Tusquets Blanca
Oscar Tusquets Blanca

Born in Barcelona in 1941, Oscar Tusquets Blanca is a multi-dimensional architect, designer, artist and writer. He graduated in 1965 from the Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura in Barcelona. Founding member of the Studio Per, he worked with Lluís Clotet until 1984. In 1975 he worked, with his Master and friend Salvador Dalí, on the Mae West Room in the Figuera’s Teatro-Museo. He then partnered with the architect Carlos Díaz starting to develop projects in the fields of urban planning, architecture, interior design and architectural design, both in Spain, France, the Netherlands, Germany and Japan. He is a founding member of Bd Barcelona Design. He has collaborated with multiple international brands such as Alessi, Driade, Zanotta, Tonon, Bissazza, nanimarquina, Kettal. Some of his pieces are part of the permanent collections of the Moma in New York or the George Pompidou Center in Paris. Oscar Tusquets Blanca has received multiple awards, among which the Medalla de Oro al Mérito en las Bellas Artes, La palme de Chevalier de l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres, the Premio Ciutat de Barcelona.