The new rugs by Marco De Vincenzo for cc-tapis, between lurex and rainbows

The rugs that the designer created are shimmering rainbows Marco De Vincenzo he drew for cc-carpet. The propensity towards experimenting with daring combinations and solutions led the stylist born in Messina to conceive a line of accessories in lurex, available only on the new e-commerce of the design brand.

«I have always been fascinated by thread as an image of life itself, and by the act of spinning or weaving as a metaphor for destiny.. When I met the founders of cc-tapis, I immediately glimpsed how many connections there were between their creative universe and mine, and how strong the bond we both feel we have with matter and its infinite possibilities of transformation. This is how our exchange of ideas was born, like a pre-established design that takes place at the right time, in the form of a rainbow of frosted colors ”, says De Vincenzo.

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The MDV collection consists of colorful carpets with a metallic texture, available in four sizes, from the small rug to the maxi version of 200 × 300 cm, which mark an alternative path to the one usually used by cc-tapis. The brand, in fact, has always produced hand-knotted textiles in Nepal, unique objects that require up to three months of processing and which are often made at the customer’s request.

The online landing takes place with an equally refined proposal, but made in India with the use of special frames to maintain a lower price (starting from 980 euros), supporting the fastest methods of digital purchase, which requires the prompt delivery.

Available exclusively on the e-shop, the new creations will not be visible in any physical showroom; new collaborations and new proposals will be released regularly on the platform.

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