Mi Casa and Casita are two graceful curtains designed by Cristian Zuzunaga. Both combine glossy melange yarns and matte unicoloured yarns in a minimalistic panama binding. While they share these characteristics – and complement each other – they express colours in a distinctively individual way.
While Mi Casa is constructed with two differently coloured yarns, Casita is woven with three contrasting colours: two colours in the weft and one colour in the warp. When seen from close up, Mi Casa and Casita reveal a play of tiny squares. The way these emerge from the surface depends on the colourway in question: some have a pronounced graphic look, others seem to dissolve into the background and have a melange expression.
Mi Casa and Casita come in a range of natural colours which incorporate hints of bolder notes, gentle greens and intense blues. The palette for the curtains is inspired by the beauty of the Catalonian landscape.
Cristian Zuzunaga: “I live in the middle of a national park in Catalonia, near Girona. The way in which the colours keep transforming and the subtly changing nuances of the landscape are captivating.”