Terrazze continues the collaboration between Mohebban and Elena Caponi, which started with the Nomadismi collection.
Beautiful fragments that compose and collide like drifting continents, an abstract vision that combines compositional strength and matter delicacy.
This collection takes inspiration from one of the most antique dyeing techniques for textiles: the Ikat.
The charm of the tartan is contained in its extraordinary tradition, a timeless classic always of great relevance and elegance.
The Papiroflexia collection derives from the parallelism between representation and reality, between floor plans and three dimensionality.
The individual, in the exploration of reality, merges perceptual data coming from the visual function with those coming from the tactile one.
Old Anatolian carpets, aged between 20 and 50, are bleached and overdyed, cut into squares of different sizes and finally sewn together by hand in a Patchwork.
Classic taste with a contemporary vibe: Heriz collection blends the old with new.
Each rug in this collection recalls the antique Khotan drawings of eastern Turkestan, made contemporary by simplifying the core patterns and colors.
Made of old overdyed hemp fabrics, the Nomadismi collection designed by Elena Caponi is entirely made in Turkey.
In the Wooland collection, designed by Elena Caponi studio, the charm emanating from the millenary designs of Berber carpets is transformed into an object that evokes distant scenarios; the carpet
The Berber collection is inspired by the tradition of Moroccan carpets by reinterpreting these ancient masterpieces through the use of color, creating an unexpected effect.
The Vintage collection offers old handknotted rugs with a traditional design revisited in a modern style through a transformation process.
In the Profumo collection, designed by Marta Giardini, vibrant shades in bamboo silk and soft wool join forces to create botanical inspired subjects through an ancient craftsmanship.
Milan is a city with a secret and hidden life inside many spectacular bui ldings and the Plano collection by the Spanish designer Miguel Reguero is a personal architectural interpretation of this c