GAN area rugs and furnishings are the indoor component of GANDIABLASCO, the revered foundation of the textile firm’s line. Each vibrantly colored rug is handmade with the trademark craftsmanship that has made the company famous, providing a platform for artisans from around the world. Bringing together traditional arts and innovative modern furniture designers, GAN is continuously building a portfolio of award-winning designers like Patricia Urquiola, whose work is featured in MoMA New York as well as numerous high-profile fairs and pavilions in Europe. GAN designs are meant to layer your home with warmth, color, and light. Work from the ground up with a one-of-a-kind handwoven rug and inventive tables and chairs, like the Valentina Arm Chair or the dramatic Bandas Chaise Longue, or find your “just right” eclectic mix that turns your house your home.
Charlotte Lancelot (born 1980 in Brussels, Belgium) studied industrial design at La Cambre in Brussels, graduating in 2003. After completing her studies, she worked for two years with designer and architect Alain Berteau before founding her own studio through which she participated in the Milan Satellite Trade Show in 2006. Her work is inspired by “emotional attachment to the objects around her. Ecology, Aesthetics, modernization of old techniques and improvements to living conditions are her main concerns.” Charlotte Lancelot has collaborated with a number of prominent brands such as Easyoga, GAN Gandia Blasco, Koziol, Konstantin, Kidslab, Ligne Roset, and Slawinki. In 2007, she began teaching design at the Instituto de Arquitectura de Interiores de St Luc.