Misnad is a handwoven carpet that reinterprets the geometric patterns of AlSadu weaving, a traditional indigenous style of weaving which employs color and pattern motifs as decorative elements that also convey within them social artifacts and cultural values. AlSadu is central to Bedouin culture and is practiced by women in the United Arab Emirates to produce soft furnishings and decorative accessories.

The carpet amplifies the distinctive AlSadu shapes, symbols and inscriptions which are usually woven into narrow bands of geometric patterns. This reinterpretation of traditional practice is deeply integrated into the carpet's geometric design.

Made of wool, hand-woven and hand-carved by skilled artisans in Nepal, the carpet is a modern interpretation of an ancient form of art.

The carpet is attached to a black leather bench to provide a versatile seating option: Used as a bench or used as a Misnad to rest against when sitting on the floor.

Materials: Cow leather, hand-knotted and Hand-Carved wool
Dimensions: 170 x 205 x 53 cm