Rabari 2 Rug
The Rabari collection is created with 100% New Zealand wool, handmade in India with hand-knotted and hand-woven Sumak techniques.
Comprised of two different rugs, the Rabari collection offers exceptional beauty through the outstanding design by Doshi Levien, a refined combination of patterns with a unique graphic sensuality.
“We decided to create a series of rugs that evoke the sensual and shiny world of tribal folk embroidery of India. We wanted our collection for Nanimarquina to reference the unfinished embroideries like studies of different techniques in progress, as they gradually emerge over time. The spontaneous compositions of the rugs embody the serendipity and freedom to improvise inherent in each step of a handmade piece. Joyful, irreverent and unique.” Doshi Levien
Lead Time: 4 weeks
Dimensions: W170 L240cm
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Nani Marquina founded her namesake company in 1987 in Barcelona. More than 30 years later, the company, now managed by the second generation, continues to offer rugs to a world interested in creativity, quality, and innovation. Their partners in this visionary challenge are the best designers in the sector and the most enthusiastic artisans. With a deep respect for tradition and the environment, they make their rugs with ancient techniques by weavers in India, Pakistan, and Nepal. Sustainability has long been a constant in their trajectory and they continue to work every day to generate a positive impact on our environment. They design long-lasting rugs that do not encourage the throwaway culture, products that can be recycled at the end of their lifecycle.
The result: responsibly created, handmade pieces that reveal stories in every detail.