Tribal / Rodolfo Dordoni
RD Grid Kilim, Red

A monochromatic hexagon that holds a crossed line pattern, Grid Kilim, designed by Rodolfo Dordoni, is a carpet created with the kilim style and obtained from the weave of a blend of precious Indian wools. Ideal for living spaces, it defines the space around it with its characteristic form.

Formats
265x220cm
1 In stock.
Cod. 28192
370x305cm
7 In stock.
Cod. 28188
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Informations +
Color: Red
Pile composition: blend of fine wools
Height: 3mm
Tecnique: Hand Weaving
Origin: india
Finishing: hexagonal kilim. The carpets are hand washed and clipped.
Colors
Ivory
Red
Green
Black
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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Related pages
Interview with Rodolfo Dordoni
Journal / People
Amini presents: Alla Terra il Sogno
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