Design Icons / Roberto Gabetti e Aimaro Isola

Tapipardo

Originally created on a semi-mechanical loom, the pure wool rugs revisited by Amini are hand knotted and feature a two-level carved pile. The collection is characterised by four different animal subjects: the leopard, Tapipardo, with orange colour on a blue background; the lion, Tapileo, in ochre colour on a yellow background; the bear, Tapiorso, in white on an ivory background; the dragon, Tapidrago, in green on a white background.

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Dimensions (Cm): 250 × 200
Dimensions (Ft): 8.20 × 6.56
Pile composition: Pure wool
Height: 20-40 mm
Tecnique: Hand Knotting
Origin: india
Finishing: The carpets are hand washed, clipped and carved
Color: Multi
Multi

Care & Maintenance
A correct handling and small daily attentions ensure that you may preserve over time the tactile and aesthetic qualities of the carpet. In addition to the quality of the cleaning, which must strictly be professional in case of handmade carpets, there are a number of important recommendations to be made. A few inconveniences may occur soon after first buying a hand-crafted carpet for the first time. Recognizing them and knowing how to deal with them can help you prevent irreversible damage.

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Designer: Roberto Gabetti e Aimaro Isola

The Gabetti & Isola architectural studio, active from 1950 to 2000, is fruit of one of the most prolific professional associations in the modern and contemporary architecture panorama, recognized at a national and international level. Sensitivity for the historic context and attention dedicated to the themes of landscape and environment have distinguished the numerous and renowned works of the studio. Their designs, born in contrast to the stereotypical architecture of the time, have given rise to the comprehensive debate relating to the relationship between modernity and tradition.

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