design : CRS

Ray is a modular rug for exterior and interior environments available in two different versions.

The surface of the rug can be created either joining lengthwise cm 12 wide braids in solid or mélange colours or alternating braids in the same width and one- or two-colour cords in the same yarn.
In this version, the borders corresponding to the braids extremities are finished with a ribbon in the same yarn, in the prevailing colour of the rug.
Only one mélange tone for the braids and one colour for the cords can be chosen.

The width of the braids used for this version may vary between 10,5-12 cm, due to the braiding technique: the dimension of the short side is determined by the multiple of the braids and will often vary.

The texelement structure of this rug is free: an intense stepping may cause a variation of the rug’s dimension.


Composition: braids in Rope yarn, 100% polyolefin; Rope cord, 100% polyolefin.
Daily cleaning: vacuum cleaner without brushes.
Periodical cleaning: washing with a solution of cold water and neutral detergent.
Do not use any abrasive brushes, bleaching agents, solvents, no professional dry cleaning.
Stains: pat the area with a clean cloth to prevent the stain from penetrating the fibres.

Version 1: the braid used for this version of the Ray rug is available both in these mélange colours and in the solid colors of Rope Treccia 180, the material used to make version 2.
Mélange colours of 12 centimeters wide braid
Version 1: with the solid or mélange braids used for this version of the rug, it is possible to combine Rope Corda 10 in all colours in the collection: solid, two-colour and pastel two-colour (Shades of White).
Rope Corda 10, solid colours
Rope Corda 10, Shades of White
Projects with Ray

Courtesy Rossinavi - project by Luca Dini Design & Architecture

Monastery of Our Lady of the Cave
Project by: Rujana Bergam Marković, arhitektri. Photo by: Reto Guntli & Agi Simoes
Adler Resort, The Play Sky

Project by : Wholehearted & Schrems Garteneinrichtung. Photo by: Ludwig Haidinger.

Private house

Project by: Sibel Huhn Interior Architects - Berlin.
Photo by: Kim Huhn

Private house

Project by: Sibel Huhn Interior Architects - Berlin.
Photo by: Kim Huhn

Mangusta 110-02

Courtesy Mangusta