The idea for DUNA came from the combination and superimposition of strokes, like those an artist might use when painting with watercolours. In this way, transparencies are combined to generate a monochromatic grid that appears to have real volume.

The combination of neutral colors is homage to the Mediterranean sun that brings together all the cities in the region; it evokes the traditional Arabian kilims and even the desert dunes. The highlight of this design, which also happens to be reversible, is the technique used to seal the seams: a hand sewn block colour border that contrasts with the chromatic simplicity of the rest of the rug.