When the word “Gereh” (knot) is mentioned, the first thing that comes to my mind is Iranian rugs, which, through an array of knots intricately woven together, reveal a mesmerizing pattern. Iranian rugs possess a unique beauty and heritage, and over the years, they have been and continue to be a source of inspiration for many artists.
Gereh is a fully stainless steel four-sided profile that, linearly and according to a particular geometric pattern, coils and rises again. The beginning and end of the knot form a compartment for placing flowers. The proportions and intervals of this profile remain constant throughout its rotation and twists, prominently displaying the intricate Islamic knotwork that is utilized in the design and ornamentation of mosques and Islamic art