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Item No. 100339573

Edges Tapestry I

$1,300.00
4.4 out of 5 Customer Rating
Item No. 100339573

Edges Tapestry I

$1,300.00
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  • Beautifully woven, 100% wool wall hanging.
  • Colorful design by visual artist Claudia Valsells.
  • Top folds over to create a sleeve for hanging.
  • 51¼" H 47¼" W
Detailed Dimensions

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  • Ships via FedEx

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Designed by Claudia Valsells for nanimarquina
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Edges Tapestry I
$1,300.00
Details

Details

Since the 1980s, Nani Marquina has been one of the leading pioneers of modern rug design, bringing her engaging aesthetic to floor and wall coverings. Her Barcelona-based firm produces her own works and those of designers like Claudia Valsells, a visual artist who’s inspired by the relationship between color and form. In creating her Edges Tapestry (2022), Valsells translated one of her paper murals into a textile for the home. Made in India.
  • Beautifully woven, 100% wool wall hanging.
  • Colorful design by visual artist Claudia Valsells.
  • Top folds over to create a sleeve for hanging.
  • Hanging rod not included.
Brand
nanimarquina
General Dimensions
  • 51¼" H 47¼" W
Product Weight
20 lbs
Assembly
Comes fully assembled
Warranty
DWR honors a one (1) year warranty on all products. Brand-specific warranties may extend to longer periods.

Tapestry

  • Height (in): 51¼
  • Width (in): 47¼
  • Weight (lbs): 20
  • Pile (Thickness): ¼
  • 100% Afghan wool

Claudia Valsells

Barcelona-based artist Claudia Valsells specializes in the interplay between color and form. From paintings to interior design, she uses color as her primary tool to create an identifiable visual language in her artwork. Edges, her rug collection for DWR, is inspired by her murals and uses a carefully considered palette to express the dichotomy between structure and form in a functional frame.

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