Illulian takes part In Maison&Objet 2019
Paris, January 18-22 | Hall 8, Stand C97
Illulian confirms its presence at Maison&Objet in Paris.
From 18 to 22 January 2019, the luxury Italian brand will showcase a selection of novelties and bestsellers: veritable artworks, which have been established the company’s worldwide leadership in the field of custom handmade rugs since 1959.
All Illulian rugs are knotted and carded by hand, made with top quality wool and silk; every model is conceived to embellish interiors with different style, ranging from metropolitan lofts to the most exclusive residences and hotels where luxury and comfort are absolute.
The rugs collections are :
- Design Collection, which includes modern, on-trend pieces.
- Limited Edition refers to its most exclusive collection designed by celebrities and figures from the world of design, art and photography.
- Palace Collection encompasses modern rugs with a classic flavour.
Sottosopra 2 by Fabio Novembre | Limited Edition
Sottosopra 2 impresses and fascinates with its extraordinary visual and emotional power. The observer is captivated by the playful perspective and catapulted into architecture that looks “real” thanks to the great care and quality that always distinguish Illulian’s exclusive products.
Kintsugi | Design Collection
The rug owes its name from Kintsugi, the ancient Japanese art of repairing objects with the introduction of gold or precious metals that highlight and enhance the breaks thus adding value to the whole item. Similarly, the “cracks” of the carpet are metaphorically filled with liquid gold, creating an effect of great scenic impact. A texture with huge expressive power that is distinctly glamorous and unconventional.
Casanova | Palace Collection
The rug presents a subtle Venetian brocade design enriched by a vintage effect that adds an aged charm to the whole rug.
Roy by Emtivi Studio | Limited Edition
An Art Déco motif is reinvented with a pop twist: it is enlarged and endlessly repeated with vibrant and almost psychedelic colours. A funky classic, with a modernist elegance.