Segni Minimi Rug Collection

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Maker
CC-Tapis
Year
2020

Discovered on Instagram, Segni Minimi, which translated means “simple marks” is a collection of drawings on paper. Essential, abstract and geometric designs where lines, figures and fields of color overlay each other.

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Dimensions
Length
300
cm
Depth
230
cm
Height
cm
Materials

Cotton weave, Himalayan wool pile

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Hand-knotted by Tibetan artisans using time-honoured techniques 
Environmentally friendly and sustainable practices 
Customisable in size

Segni Minimi Rug Collection

Segni Minimi Rug Collection

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Segni Minimi Rug Collection

Giuseppe Di Costanzo

The Maker / 

CC-Tapis

Born in France, designed in Milan, and produced in Nepal, cc-tapis offers beautiful hand-crafted rugs from some of the world’s leading artists and designers. Each cc-tapis rug tells a story of tradition, quality and contemporary design. At the centre of these stories is a traditional production process where a group of Tibetan artisans work by hand, refining natural materials, passing down artisanal know-how from generation to generation.

The Designer / 

Giuseppe Di Costanzo

Giuseppe Di Costanzo, born in Naples in 1979, graduated in Architecture from the University Federico II in Naples. He works in architecture in all scales of intervention, from urban to interiors.

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