Odabashian designed rugs are part of several internationally-renown museum collections and exhibitions. Our collaborations and custom designed rugs for the luxury and lifestyle hospitality industry are a benchmark in interior design trends.
We are proud to present our latest collaboration with American artist Trenton Doyle Hancock. A monumental tapestry commissioned by the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, on permanent display at the new “Nancy and Rich Kinder Building” recently opened on November 16th. 2020. The 10x24 ft. piece is made of wool and silk, and is meticulously hand-caved for high-contrast detail.
Our latest artist collaboration translates Gringo Voodoo by Ray Smith into a highly detailed tapestry woven in the gobelin technique. Our C.E.O., Jaime Odabachian, discusses Ray’s experience growing up between the U.S. and Mexico and the collaborative process with the artist.
The luxury rug maker, Odabashian has produced a one-off piece based on Jose Dávila’s 2007 artwork “Twenty-five Great Circles” for the Mexico City gallery OMR. The commission measures 360 x 400 cm and is made from 100% New Zealand wool woven using the Tibetan knot technique.
Odabashian is proud to announce a new collection of two rugs and five tapestries created with the Gobelin weaving technique in collaboration with one of Mexico’s leading artists, Javier Marín.
The limited edition pieces will be presented for the first time in Mexico City at ZONA MACO, from 5 – 9 February 2020.