Charlotte Lancelot has created three new color combinations for her popular collection of Diamond kilim rugs for GAN of recycled fibers from plastic materials. Ecology, aesthetics, modernization of ancient techniques, and improvements in living conditions are Charlotte Lancelot’s main concerns. Her design is characterized by an emotional attachment to the objects around her. DIAMOND Collection, Orange-Wine The designer born in Brussels in 1980 has created three new color combinations for her popular collection of Diamond kilim rugs for GAN – Gandia Blasco Group brand dedicated to making handmade rugs, poufs, and accessories – made of recycled fibers from plastic materials. DIAMOND Collection, Green-Grey Diamond’s octagonal shape is inspired by the geometry of the diamond, a universal symbol of strength and beauty, to which its facets and hypnotic figure bring new meaning. The fibers with which Diamond kilim rugs are crafted by hand go through a meticulous treatment and regeneration process that lengthens the useful life of the existing plastic. This gives them a new purpose (upcycling) and turns them into a piece of contemporary design that is also easy to clean and maintain. Diamond, with its perceived transparencies and gradients, is now introduced in more natural tones, such as Blue-Brown, Green-Grey, and Orange-Wine. The new options join the existing colorways: Pink-Yellow, Nude-Petrol, and Blue-Green. These rugs, suitable for outdoor and indoor spaces thanks to their 100% recycled PET composition, are available in three sizes: 170×220 cm / 5’7”x7’3”, 200×260 cm / 6’7”x8’6” and 300×390 cm / 9’10”x12’10”. 1941-2021: 80th Anniversary of Gandia Blasco Group Gandia Blasco Group celebrates in 2021 its 80th year since its birth: a trajectory of eight decades marked by constant reinvention and the creative sensibility needed to create confidence in its design at all levels. Founded in 1941 by José Gandía Blasco, Gandia Blasco Group is a family-owned company that has reached its third generation and is currently present in 75 countries through its distinct brands. GANDIABLASCO, GAN, and DIABLA have all succeeded in building a solid and recognizable identity in their respective areas: from furniture and outdoor spaces design to the creation and production of handmade designer rugs. Coinciding with its 80th anniversary, the company continues its expansion into key international markets and is preparing the opening of its new single-brand store on Ortega y Gasset street in Madrid, destined to become its principal ﬂagship in Europe alongside its emblematic headquarters in Ontinyent (Valencia), La Casa Gandiablasco.