Ispi­ra­zio­ne ki­lim

In­spi­red by the Ki­lim

Abitare - - Tappeti D’autore -

“A rug is a ho­me in the de­sert,” says Na­ni Mar­qui­na, foun­der and head of the brand that bears her na­me. In­spi­red by the world of the exo­tic – Afri­can co­lours and Midd­le Ea­stern pat­terns – the rugs by this Spa­ni­sh firm gi­ve a mo­dern twi­st to clas­sic pat­terns and co­lours as they of­fer so­me­thing new whi­le re­spec­ting tra­di­tion. The Blur Col­lec­tion, for exam­ple, by the Bou­roul­lec bro­thers, pays tri­bu­te to and yeat at the sa­me ti­me sub­verts the tra­di­tio­nal ki­lim pat­tern, en­han­cing it wi­th a ki­ne­tic ef­fect th­rou­gh the re­pe­ti­tion of li­nes and geo­me­tric in­serts.

«Un tap­pe­to è una ca­sa nel de­ser­to», di­ce Na­ni Mar­qui­na, fon­da­tri­ce e gui­da dell’omo­ni­mo brand. Di chia­ra ispi­ra­zio­ne eso­ti­ca, tra tin­te afri­ca­ne e fan­ta­sie me­dio orien­ta­li, i tap­pe­ti dell’azien­da spa­gno­la han­no di­se­gni e co­lo­ri clas­si­ci rie­la­bo­ra­ti in chia­ve mo­der­na, al­la ri­cer­ca del­la novità nel ri­spet­to del­la tra­di­zio­ne. Co­me la Blur Col­lec­tion, rea­liz­za­ta dai Bou­roul­lec, che ren­de omag­gio e al­lo stes­so tem­po sov­ver­te il pat­tern clas­si­co del ki­lim, ar­ric­chen­do­lo di un ef­fet­to ci­ne­ti­co at­tra­ver­so la ri­pe­ti­zio­ne di li­nee e in­ser­ti geo­me­tri­ci.

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