Read this AD Online article to learn about how Orley Shabahang “disrupted the customary workshop model” to honor the traditional carpet-making process instead.
Art Deco is a design movement that began in the mid 1920s and lasted until the 1940s. Originating in Paris, this style influenced architecture, interiors design, and fashion. Here’s a look at a few of our deco designs including Deco Buttons!
Quilted Hues is a beautiful representation of different triangles and colors being used to express movement.
Stylized flowers are also common in Art Deco designs. Bold geometric shapes and sweeping curves used here in our Tulips design.
Our aptly named Sunburst carpet uses clean lines and neutral colors to achieve it’s design.
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Art Deco design was intended to represent scientific progress, the rise of commerce, technology, and speed. The designs, especially for architecture, drew inspirations from the Babylon, Ancient Egypt, Aztecs of Mexico, and Native Americans. The designs typically are represented with simple, clean, geometric shapes.
Our Rice Paddy design is a great representative of the chevron design. For this design we weave it as a flatweave to create more texture and depth.
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The Sculpture Objects Functional Art and Design (SOFA) Fair in Chicago is the premier gallery-presented art fair dedicated to three-dimensional art and design. Critically acclaimed and continuously running since 1994, what distinguishes SOFA from other top art events is its focus on three-dimensional artworks that cross the boundaries of fine art, decorative art and design. SOFA is noted for its exceptional presentation, with an elite selection of international dealers presenting for sale one-of-a-kind masterworks in handsome, custom-designed gallery exhibits.
Trapizoidal, zigzagged, and triangular shapes are often used throughout these designs. The chevron design, perhaps the most iconic, and sunburst motifs are also commonly used.