The interior designer Andrea Castrignano presents the first collection of rugs for Arazi Home, an Italian company with over sixty years of experience in the sector. The camouflage pattern, revisited by Castrignano in a geometric key, characterizes the collection, which is made up of four models (two round and two rectangular). Interpreting in original and innovative ways a theme very dear to fashion, Castrignano reinvents camouflage as a geometric interplay of rhombuses and intersecting and parallel lines, emphasizing the two-dimensionality of the pattern that emerges from the weave created by precious hand-knotted yarns. Arazi Home’s great experience in the art of handcrafted carpet weaving has made possible this perfect union between traditional elements, such as hand-crafted silk and wool, and the innovative pattern created by Castrignano. The first four examples of the collection riff on the tones and various nuances of wenge, ‘army green’ and slate gray: the lighter shades in the wool ground bring out the darker shades of the silk, in a striking and desired contrast. The difference in yarn creates a distinctive movement across the woven surface, bringing out its material qualities.