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“CASBAH RED”

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CASBAH RED İS PRODUCED İN WOOL , WEFT and WARP
THE DYE İS ABRAGED TO GİVE A TEXTURED , DEEPER FEEL AND SHADES OF BLACK .
THEY ARE WOVEN ON TRADİTİONAL HANDLOOMS OF THE REGİON ,WİTH THE İNDİVİDUAL COLLABORATİON OF THE DESİGNER WİTH THE WEAVERS
THE LİNEAR THREADS İN WOOL ARE ADDED BY HAND WHİLE İTS ON THE LOOM.
THE SİDES OF THE KİLİM ARE HAND THREADED PARTİALLY İN A DİFFERENT VİLLAGE BY OLDER ARTİSANS AFTER İTS OFF THE LOOM , TO ENHANCE İTS UNİQUENESS , WE CALL THEM CUFFS .
THE ENDS ARE ALSO HAND EMBROİDERED AS MOST İN OUR WEAVES .
THE PRODUCTİON OF THE CAZBAH RED CONSİSTS OF 5-7 STAGES OF VARİOUS ARTİSANAL TECHNİQUES .
SİNCE THEY ARE CUSTOM MADE THE STYLE CAN BE ORDERED İN DİFFERENT COLOR VARİATİONS .
BY DİVERSİFYİNG OUR ARTİSANAL ADD ONS WE TRY TO İNCORPORATE DİFFERENT REGİONAL VARİATİONS TO OUR PRODUCTİONS .

Limited Edition: 4 ONLY ON ADORNO
Color

Full dimensions (cm)

240x200x1

Material

Production Year

2016

Weight (kg)

8

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Color

Full dimensions (cm)

240x200x1

Material

Production Year

2016

Weight (kg)

8

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Ethnicloom
Ethnicloom was founded as the natural continuation of its creators lifelong passion for texture, pattern & color as well as her talent for beautifying spaces. These first manifested in Ethnicloom founder Elif Gönensay’s career with the concept store she opened in İstanbul, where she often peppered the design of rooms with an artisanal kilim or a throw native to the region, mostly imports . Over the course of her travels and encounters with traditional heritage, she noticed an increasing demand for this kind of artisan weave and thought it a shame that the product should be so distanced from its location of origin and fabrication process. That’s why she created Ethnicloom, a brand of luxury weaves (in terms of wool, dyes, handcrafts) and accessories all hand-woven by artisans from Anatolia region of Turkey. She returns the focus to the craft with her tireless search for the perfect texture, yarns along weaving techniques and individual collaboration with the weavers. Ethnicloom tries to draw the international attention on the concept of the loom back to its local roots, while also sharing the unique craftsmanship of Anatolian women with a global community. Ethnicloom is releasing a line of bags that embody the same style and spirit of its woven products. Created by recycling and repurposing fragments of vintage yarns, the line aims to bring the beauty of traditional weaving back into everyday use. This project is fueled by a sense of appreciation for the creativity that surrounds us and highlights the involvement of women in all steps of the process – from the artisans who weave the looms, to the designers who conceptualize the products, to Elif’s daughters assisting with PR, photography, and copy!
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Gökhan Karakuş
Gökhan Karakuş is the Adorno curator of design destination Istanbul. “CASBAH RED” by Ethnicloom is carefully selected as a piece that reflects the local design scene of Istanbul. As a local and recognized design expert Gökhan Karakuş's curation is a quality assurance that buying from Ethnicloom is a safe investment in the most important design from Istanbul right now.

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