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Zollanvari Showcases 30 New Rug Designs at M&O Fall Virtual Fair

The latest introductions at the semi-annual Paris home furnishings fair by Zollanvari include Gabbehs, kilims, jajims and mafrash coffers.

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Zollanvari will offers M&O virtual attendees a first look at its latest hand-made area rug designs. Shown, Name of the Rose

PARIS -- Zollanvari International, a Swiss-based manufacturer of Persian handcrafted tribal and contemporary designs, is showcasing more than 30 new area rug designs, along with 20 classic pieces Maison&Objet's digital fair, Sept 4-18.

Zollanvari's participation in the fall digital fair includes an increased presence on the Maison's MOM  (Maison&Objet and More) digital platform, which was created to complement the show, available all year-round.

Zollanvari Jungle Beat is crafted of the finest highland wool from the Zagros Mountains with a the dual-layered and textured design.

Zollanvari’s presentation includes a selected range of new carpets, Gabbehs, kilims, jajims and ‘mafrash’ coffers in a virtual ‘gallery’ of what visitors would have seen in their stand if the show had taken place.

Flowers In a Lava Field is showcased at the fall edition of Maison&Objet.

Among the latest designs is Kaleidoscope 1, from the Zollanvari Studio Designer collection. This hand-made Gabbehs re-imagines childhood kaleidoscope patterns in a range of joyful colors. The company also grows its impressionistic Naif collection with a  third design, which offers an impressionistic interpretation of a field of multicolored (some of them imaginary) poppies.

Zollanvari debuts the Traces collection with Constance 1 & 2 designs, which are part of its Gabbehs Abstract & Plain range.

Constance 1 and 2 are the first two Zollanvari Studio designs for new Traces collection. Inspired by many sources, from Berber weavings to modern minimalist paintings and sculpture by way of Chinese and Japanese ink paintings and sumi brush strokes, these primal designs are executed using undyed wool in natural colors. Paris online attendees will also have the opportunity to see Zollanvari's new Ghashgha’I meets Bauhaus Collection. The range, shortlisted for the 2020 Domotex Carpet Design Awards, by Milan studio SoFar SoNear, is hand-woven and features traditional motifs of a woman, man, peacock and lion depicted with triangles, squares and rectangles in colors inspired by Albers and the Bauhaus movement.

Zollanvari Resonance features an ombre-style linear design.

In addition, Zollanvari will introduce line extensions in its the Kyoto, Graffiti, Anar and Squares Revisited collections. Kilims include the latest designs from the Baneh Flat-weaves Minimalist Collection: Art Deco Jigsaw, Eye-dazzler and After Navajo via Bauhaus (the latter two were finalists at the Carpet Design Awards 2020). Also on virtual display are the company's latest jajims and a range of mafrash coffers.

Zollanvari Anar collection pays homage to classic motifs with a distressed style.
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