Yabu Pushelberg Designs a Surrealist Rug Collection for CC-Tapis
Architectural and surrealist motifs distinguish Memento, a new rug collection by Yabu Pushelberg. Launched at a packed opening in the New York showroom of Italian brand CC-Tapis, the Tibetan wool rugs are knotted and carved by hand in a combination of dyed and undyed fibers. The seven designs, including Axo, Drift, and Echo, are memory dreamscapes. Their conception allowed Interior Design Hall of Fame members George Yabu and Glenn Pushelberg, partners in business and life, to quietly reminisce on their shared history—creating mementos that can live on a floor or wall. Elusive and allusive, the references may be known only to the designers—but they’re beautiful to all. cc-tapis.com
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