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MATTEOPALA

Design | July 9, 2019 |

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 MATTEOPALA
“Traditional manufacture meet contemporary designs”

India, Nepal, Turkey, Iran and Morocco are the cradles of mothers of Contemporary carpets line: factories that Matteo Pala choose and select personally in these lands and which combine fine materials such as silk and fine wool.

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Of craftsmanship result of annotators masters, these rugs are born of months of work that reflect ancient traditions and experiences passed down for centuries. An ancient and consolidated in labor but carpets with modern design and contemporary, refined and elegant, with patterns and different color possibilities and unusual.

matteopalaImage courtesy of MATTEOPALA

And ‘here that the tradition really meets modernity, creating solutions that have traces of one and the other, and that become carpets on the quality and superfine special.

more. www.matteopala.it

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