Although the characteristic wool blankets are still popular today, the number of artisans knowing the craft is rapidly declining—a phenomenon the founders of Gushka Wool in Ukraine have set out to put an end to as well as to preserve local traditions. But how does a 100-year-old craft become
Sometimes they play hide-and-seek with the light, sometimes they huddle tightly together on the barren surfaces of the limestone cliffs, creating an otherworldly illusion of the Tales of the Arabian Nights: with the participation of Berber Budapest, the well-known, specifically idyllic world of Matti Varga mingles with the atmosphere of
Slovakian craft maker Kristína Šipulová takes weaving traditions on a whole new
perspective.Conserving, sharing, transmitting. Three focal points of a promising
œuvre of delicately crafted natural materials and clean lines. We met Kristína
Šipulová during the Bratislava Design Week in 2018 and have been following her
journey in the
After Persian rugs, the nomadic Kilims came, and then the Moroccan Beni Ourains
(or vice versa). And if we are to believe forecasts, the next carpet trend will
be inspired by Ukrainian folk art.
We have recently written about the furniture of Ukrainian designer Victoria
It’s surprising how many contemporary links there are in folk arts, and this is
especially true for the visual world of Morocco, which keeps being a powerful
source of inspiration for Western designers –it simply doesn’t want to go out of
style. Thanks to Bori Körösényi, the founder
A weboldal sütiket (cookie-kat) használ, hogy biztonságos böngészés mellett a legjobb felhasználói élményt nyújtsa.