The Real Fabrica de Tapices, founded in 1721 by Felipe V King of Spain, has been characterized by the know-how of its trades and the creation of artworks able to stand the test of time. The commissioning of contemporary design has been a great challenge that has resulted in a reinterpretation of geometric and ornamental designs that for centuries have marked the royal tapestries. The design, inspired by a motherboard, and the chosen colours form a pattern that can be repeated to create carpets of different sizes. The carpet, handmade, maintains the values of elegance and quality typical on the Royal Factory stamp.
This rug designed by Teresa Sapey represents an electrical circuit. The colour offers the duality of the background burgundy and the gradient shadow gold of the circuit. The commission of contemporary design has been a great challenge that has resulted in this reinterpretation of geometric and ornamental designs that have marked real carpets for centuries. The design and the choice of colours form a pattern that can be repeated forming carpets of different sizes. Hand-knotted in the Royal Tapestry Factory, it maintains the values of elegance and quality typical of the historic manufacturing.
Category | Product Design
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