Tap­pe­ti d’au­to­re

De­si­gner Rugs

Abitare - - Sommario - txt ste­fa­no be­ne­det­ti

Una col­le­zio­ne di ol­tre 100 tap­pe­ti, esem­pla­ri uni­ci nel­la lo­ro com­po­si­zio­ne, rea­liz­za­ti a ma­no in sei di­ver­si Pae­si del mondo spe­cia­liz­za­ti nel cam­po del­la ma­ni­fat­tu­ra tes­si­le. So­no que­sti nu­me­ri la car­ta d’iden­ti­tà di No­dus, or­mai un ha­bi­tué del Fuo­risa­lo­ne, an­che que­st’an­no al Chio­stro Mag­gio­re di San Sim­pli­cia­no per pre­sen­ta­re i nuo­vi pro­get­ti. Tra i tap­pe­ti espo­sti, il de­li­ca­to la­bi­rin­to su la­na di Nen­do, la spiaz­zan­te fi­la­stroc­ca di co­lo­ri e ar­re­di ap­piat­ti­ti di Maar­ten Baas e la replica di ca­po­la­vo­ri del Set­te­cen­to ve­ne­zia­no pro­po­sta da Ales­san­dra Bal­de­re­schi.

A col­lec­tion of over 100 rugs that are uni­que in their com­po­si­tion and hand­ma­de in six dif­fe­rent coun­tries around the world that are well kno­wn for their tex­ti­le ma­nu­fac­tu­ring. No­dus has be­co­me a ha­bi­tué of the Fuo­risa­lo­ne, and this year will on­ce again be pre­sen­ting new designs in the cloi­ster of San Sim­pli­cia­no church. The rugs on di­splay will in­clu­de a de­li­ca­te wool la­by­rin­th from Nen­do, a di­so­rien­ting med­ley of co­lours and flat­te­ned fur­ni­shings crea­ted by Maar­ten Baas and a replica of ma­ster­pie­ces from 18th-cen­tu­ry Ve­ni­ce by Ales­san­dra Bal­de­re­schi.

È l’og­get­to del mo­men­to. Ci si eser­ci­ta­no ar­ti­sti, de­si­gners e ar­chi­tet­ti di fa­ma, con il mas­si­mo ri­spet­to per la tra­di­zio­ne e il “fat­to a ma­no” Eve­ryo­ne is tal­king about them. The new crea­tions by fa­mous ar­tists, de­si­gners and ar­chi­tec­ts show great re­spect for tra­di­tion and craft tech­ni­ques

Al­ber­to Ar­te­sa­ni, Ban­da, No­dus

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