Tribal / Rodolfo Dordoni
RD Grid Berber

RD Grid Berber narrates an ancestral history, one of Berber carpets that perfectly mix ethnicity and contemporaneity. In prized Indian hand-knotted wool, it adapts perfectly to living areas thanks to the distinctive design of straight lines that cross each other creating a unique and perfect grid.

Formats
300x250cm
24 Arriving.
Cod. 28260
400x300cm
16 Arriving.
Cod. 28261
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Informations +
Color: Ivory
Quality: 50.000 knots/sqm
Pile composition: blend of fine wools
Height: 20mm
Tecnique: Hand Knotting
Origin: india
Finishing: two levels pile. The carpets are hand washed, clipped and carved
Colors
Black
Ivory
Brown
Designer Rodolfo Dordoni

Architect and designer Rodolfo Dordoni was born in Milan, where he graduated in Architecture. Responsible over the years for the art direction of important realities in the design field, Rodolfo Dordoni establishes the Dordoni Architetti studio working in the field of architectural planning and interior design in the residential, commercial and exhibition areas designing projects of private houses and villas as well as retail, industrial and commercial spaces overseeing the realization of showrooms, exhibition stands, restaurants, hotels.

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