“Anhelo II” Rug

by Bi Yuu Mexico

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Description

“Anhelo” is inspired by the late 1960s in Mexico, when the local arts scene found inspiration in North American and European art in its search for a unique graphic language that would both secure Mexico’s place in the world of global aesthetics as well as renovate the most traditional forms of Mexican art, with references to vernacular art and indigenous art.

Art, as an agent of change, led to an alliance between architects, designers, and artists responsible for a series of ambitious programs and projects from different stylistic and ideological art currents. There were those who sought to construct an image of the country for the rest of the world, others were concerned with showing the reality beneath this international image.

“Anhelo” finds inspiration in this epoch’s desires and hopes as part of our never-ending search for a unique language for our trade, textile design, one rooted in the history of our country of origin and the connections and inspirations we can find when far from her.

Density 56,000 knots/m2
Pile height 2 cm – .3 mm
Weight 5.5 kg/m2

Sizes: 170 x 240 / 200 x 300 cm
Custom sizes available
GoodWeave certified rug
Handmade in India

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Marisol Centeno is the creative director of Estudio Marisol Centeno, specialized in textile and Bi Yuu founder. Her primary focus on innovation, utilizing an experimental combination of artisanal and industrial techniques. Her work is characterized by promoting collective production and sustainability through design and the large scale and colorful narratives of her textiles. She works on commission for different brands such as Cartier and Nike, contemporary art galleries, and interior design and architecture firms as Tatiana Bilbao, Legorreta, and Johnston Marklee. Her work has been exhibited in different museums like the Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum and Mexico City’s Rufino Tamayo Contemporary Art Museum. She has spoken at many design events, such as the LACMA’s Found in Translation craft symposium. In 2012, Estudio MC founded Bi Yuu; a brand specialized in rug and textile design driven by innovation, quality, and social responsibility. At Bi Yuu, we believe that design and innovation are tools to impact our partners and clients’ lives positively. We believe that this impact, created by our products and processes, gives our rugs soul. Our rugs tell stories in dialogue with tradition, expressing inspiration and emotion through careful combinations of color, texture, and form.  
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