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.
Over the last 3 years Odabashian worked with with Trenton Doyle Hancock on a sculpture that pushes rug making into new territory – creating a 13 x 28 foot hand-knotted sweater for ‘Mound #1 The Legend’.
Todomuta is a design studio based in Seville, Spain that was born from the shared desire of Laura Molina and Sergio Herrera to investigate and explore the frontiers between art, design and avant-garde craftsmanship.
Carlos Torre Hütt is a Mexican architect, designer and museographer. He is the creative director of Espacios and Casa Gutiérrez Nájera. In addition to contributing a rug design to Weaving Design Stories Carlos and his team at Casa Gutiérrez Nájera designed the exhibition at the Museo Regional de Querétaro and the The Weaving Design Stories booth at ZONA MACO 2019.
To coincide with the opening of the exhibition Michael Frachetti, Associate Professor of Archaeology, Ph.D. University of Pennsylvania gave an in-depth presentation at the Museo Regional de Querétaro detailing the origins and evolution of the “Silk Road” and how it came to encompass Latin America.