Created exclusively for Bolzan, the Spinapesce blanket is made from ecological yarns and is ideal for various seasons and even places with warmer temperatures.
By entering our latest competition, four lucky Dezeen readers will win a Spinapesce blanket.
The blanket was given the name Spinapesce due to its pattern, which is informed by the structure of a fish's backbone. The design also resembles the classic clothing fabric herringbone but has a design that gradually fades.
The Spinapesce comes in two colours, beige and dove grey. To create the Spinapesce blanket, Bolzan partnered with manufacturers that "focus on sustainable processes".
To diversify its colour range whilst remaining environmentally friendly, Lanficio Bottoli developed a dyeing technique that involves dyeing wool using a coffee by-product.
Spinapesce was designed to match products in the Bolzan catalogue, which include beds and furniture.
According to the brand, the Spinapesce aims to create a cosy environment and is an "invitation to relax". To find out more about the brand, visit its website.
This competition is now closed. Terms and conditions apply. Four readers will win a Spinapesce blanket. The winner will be selected at random and notified by email.
This competition is a partnership between Dezeen and Bolzan. Find out more about Dezeen partnership content here.