This is an open edition art rug, woven by Odabashian's network of family-owned weavers near Mirzapur, India with the finest New Zealand wool. The design was created by renowned Mexican architect Paola Calzada for the 2011 exhibition "Tapetes, Tejiendo Historias" at the Franz Meyer Museum in Mexico City. Paola Calzada Prats is a Mexican architect. Graduated from Universidad Iberoamericana in Mexico City. She obtained a masters in Industrial Design by Futurarium Scuola de Arte, Architettura e Design and two specialization by the “Istituto Europeo del Design” on furniture production and interior design. While in Milan, she worked for two years as a junior architect for Matteo Thun & Partners. One of the five most important firms in Milan, Italy. Upon her return to Mexico she worked for Higuera+Sanchez (now JSA) for 5 years where she founded the Interior Design Department and later became a partner in the firm. In 2008 she opened her own studio with the idea to function as a multidisciplinary practice in which architecture, interiors, industrial design, textile design and furniture mix into a unique brand and experience-development concept. She has participated in numerous international lectures and she is the recipient of several awards including AMDI award for Interior Design 3rd place for Clear Channel corporate design. She has been published numerous times including Elle, Life & Style magazine as well as major architectural journals.
- CreatorOdabashian Rugs (Maker), Paola Calzada Prats (Designer)
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- Date of manufacture2010
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W 9 ft. 0 in. x D 6 ft. 0 in. x L 6 ft. 0 in.
W 274.32 cm x D 182.88 cm x L 182.88 cm
- Seller locationMexico City, MX
- Reference numberLU3560310153983
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