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Gan Rugs by Gandia Blasco, armchair Grapy

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soft armchair with a “hugging” silhouette; this is exactly what you need to live your holidays to the full, even for those of you who will stay in town this summer. So, we urge you to try Grapy by GAN by Gandia Blasco, the chaise-longue born from a jute sack; this piece takes relaxation to the next level. We cannot live without it!

 

What is it? Grapy by GAN by Gandia Blasco is a soft armchair in cotton.

What is special about it? Grapy is an ultra-soft chaise longue, inspired by those jute sacks traditionally used in farming.

How is it made? Grapy is filled with polystyrene beads, it moulds itself to the floor and to your body contour. Fabric cover available in two different types of cotton (canvas and velvet) and in five different colours with reinforcement stitching in a contrasting shade.

Who is it by? Japanese designer Kensaku Oshiro spent many years working in Milan before moving to London, where he now works in partnership with some of the top names in the world of interior design. Kensaku Oshiro is best known for favouring clean aesthetics and this is precisely why, throughout the years, he has won so many international awards. 

We have chosen it because… Grapy by GAN by Gandia Blasco is a really comfy ergonomic chair with fresh young aesthetics; this makes us think of summer, freedom and relaxation. With Grapy, you’ll feel on holiday even if you've never left your living room.

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