NINHO uses as the main material discarded carpet edges; overlapping layers result in volumes that seem to grow around the object containing its perimeter. Once again the designer Cristián Mohaded takes a discarded part of a massive production industry to an object of contemplation that becomes a provocation to the senses achieved from the unconventional use of a material. NINHO is presented as a collection of mirrors and bowls in different sizes and curved shapes that give place to rounded surfaces generated by the filaments. The material is presented as a rigid coat fur forming defined surfaces and volumes. A natural appearance and color resembles an animal fur dressing the object.