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  • This cushion features a set of cotton warps and linen woofs woven on a handloom. The artefact is characterized by the typical a pibiones technique, inspired by the Diamond flower design, dear to traditional Sardinian weavers, and easily suits any classical or modern setting.

  • This carpet in Sardinian wool features distinctive lively polychrome decorations combining textile modules taken from tradition and designs by the designer-artist Eugenio Tavolara, especially developed in the fifties for the village of Bolotana.

  • Decorative motifs of fine graphic design characterise these large cushions handcrafted according to the semi-pieno (half-bodied) pibiones relief technique, which can be combined into original, ever-changing compositions.

  • Rhombus modules taken from an ancient design reinterpreted according to the distinctive style of the Su Trobasciu workshop are woven into the elegant geometric composition of this carpet in natural white Sardinian wool with the semipieno (half bodied) pibiones relief te

  • It is a contemporary interpretation of the traditional carved wooden chest rosette, a daisy-like design being applied to the large cushions, intended as individual decorative elements or to be placed in different compositions.

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The traditional textile industry offers a remarkable production, resulting from the mediation between history and traditional knowledge and the needs of contemporary living. The craftsmen working on the island – almost all of them pursuing family traditions, having been trained since they were children in the use of hand looms – now offer a very high quality production, full of archaic memories but, at the same time, featuring a modern design, a reinterpretation of the past to give new life to it. Nowadays, the textiles made in Sardinia feature a distinctive Sardinian character, the core element of Sardinian craftsmanship, but they also offer new shapes, models and materials with a strong and modern personality.