"Moderno" Rug

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Estimated production time: 10 weeks

Dimension LxWxH (cm): 170x240, 200x300
Limited Editions Material : Cotton weave. Lincoln wool 70% Merino Wool 30%
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Description

Moderno rug is inspired by how modernist Mexican architects manipulate volume, shadow, and light through the form. This unique color edition rug is the result of a commission from the architect Tatiana Bilbao.

Technique: Foot loom. Fine flat weave
Density: 2800 threads / m2
Handmade in Mexico
Available sizes: 170 x 240 / 200 x 300

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Weight 5,500 kg
Dimensions 60,96 × 60,95 × 10,16 cm
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About the designer


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.  

Curated by

New Solid is a vision to feel and live with art. It is the first show of Casa Nueva, a livable gallery space and apartment hotel initiated by designers River Valadez and Sebastián Arroyo Hoebens, built on the idea that art can be inhabited. We invite visitors to participate in the dialogue among transdisciplinary works from the contemporary art and design scene. It concerns functional art designed and conceived by artists from two magnificent cities, Mexico City and New York, in a correlation founded in geometry, technology, and crafts. The artworks, bliss for the contemplative eye and a joy to use, will invite the beholder to examine the floating and multidimensional character of concepts such as mass, volume, or weight. The location, equipped as a functional living space, can be found in the historical center of Mexico City. The event will be part of the Design Week Mexico festivities in partnership with Adorno, acting as the international design and logistics platform, as well as Ángulo Cero, an Art Gallery with astonishing designs located in Mexico City, and with the support of Yunuen Sariego, promoter and curator of contemporary art based in Mexico City.