Il Piccolo Srl

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About Il Piccolo Srl

Nodus is a craft workshop with a cultural plan: the oldest traditions and knowledge in the art of carpet design are reinterpreted using the vision of the most innovating Designers and Architects, producing only unique pieces, promoting through events and publications in order to spread the knowledge to all about the new shapes and forms of a piece that has accompanied man since antiquity. Craftsmanship: Il Piccolo has selected from the best producers in six countries of the world (Nepal, Pakistan, India, Turkmenistan, China and Turkey) visiting them one by one, verifyi...Read More

Il Piccolo Srl

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Featured Pieces

Withered Flowers, Hand-Knotted Rug, Designed for Nodus by Studio Job
Withered Flowers, Hand-Knotted Rug, Designed fo...
Studio Job (Job Smeets & Nynke Tynagel)
2010s Nepalese More Carpets
Wool
Hand-knotted in wool with 200 knots per square inch (310.000 per square meter).
Brand Mark, Hand-Knotted in Bamboo Silk, Designed for Nodus by Florian Hauswirth
Brand Mark, Hand-Knotted in Bamboo Silk, Design...
Florian Hauswirth
2010s Nepalese More Carpets
Bamboo
A hand-knotted rug in bamboo silk, 100 knots per square inch (155.000 per square meter). The pattern is made with a branding tool.
Russia, Hand-Knotted Contemporary Rug, Designed for Nodus by Studio Job
Russia, Hand-Knotted Contemporary Rug, Designed...
Studio Job (Job Smeets & Nynke Tynagel)
2010s Nepalese More Carpets
Wool
Hand-knotted in wool at 200 knots per square inch (310.000 per square meter).
Noaidi, Contemporary Hand-Knotted Rug, Designed for Nodus by Sebastian Jansson
Noaidi, Contemporary Hand-Knotted Rug, Designed...
Sebastian Jansson
2010s Indian Indian Rugs
Fabric, Wool
Noaidi rug is influenced by the mythology of the Sámi indigenous people of the northernmost parts of the Nordics. The Noaidi rug is a contemporary interpretation of the Sámi shaman t...
Afghan Folklore, Hand-Knotted Rug Designed for ...
Jaime Hayon
2010s Nepalese More Carpets
Wool
A beautiful homage to the culture of Afghanistan, hand-knotted at 100 kots per square inch (155.000 per square meter).
Savage Flowers 'Red Harmony,' Hand-Knotted Rug ...
Kiki van Eijk
2010s Nepalese More Carpets
Linen, Silk, Bamboo
This series of rugs, inspired by flower compositions created by the designer, have nature as protagonist. Be it the harmonic red flowers, the explosive blossom of flaring colors or d...
Cangaco, contemporary rug designed for Nodus by...
Fernando and Humberto Campana
2010s Nepalese More Carpets
Wool
A colorful rug tapestry recalling the Cangaçeiros traditional fashion. It's produced in wool, bamboo silk and banana fibre silk. The rug is handknotted at 100 knots per square inch (...
Shade, Hand-Tufted Rug Designed for Nodus by Fr...
Front Design
2010s Indian Indian Rugs
Wool
A hand-tufted rug in wool giving a little extra to every room.
Barbed Wire, Hand-Knotted Rug Designed for Nodu...
Studio Job (Job Smeets & Nynke Tynagel)
2010s Nepalese More Carpets
Wool, Silk
This rug puts together a very sharp and hard design with softa materials, like wool and silk. It is handknotted at 100 knots per square inch (155.000 knots per square meter).
Roots, Hand-Knotted Rug Designed for Nodus by M...
Matali Crasset
2010s Nepalese More Carpets
Wool
Carved at many levels, this rug is a woolen sculpture. It is handknotted at 100 knots per square inch (155.000 knots per square meter).  
Pompon, Handtufdted Rug in Wool Designed for No...
Matali Crasset
2010s Indian Indian Rugs
Wool
This handtufted rug in wool is suitable for any interior, be it classical or modern.
Upsidedown N°1, Hand-knotted Contemporary Rug, ...
Ron Gilad
2010s Nepalese More Carpets
Wool
A hand-knotted rug is wool, with 100 knots per square inch (155.000 per square meter).

More About Il Piccolo Srl

Circus, the first of the rugs designed for us by Fernando & Humberto Campana. A joyous handknotted piece of art in hemp and rag dolls. One of our most published achievements, it is loved by art galleries and collectors. The Nepalese art of handknotting meets the Brazilian skill in producing handmade rag dolls in this everlasting masterpiece designed by one of the most important designer signatures ever.

Underworld, designed by Studio Job, is a colorful and powerful imagination voyage in the world inspired by the paintings of Hieronymus Bosch. The incredibly detailed pattern makes this rug a real pleasure for the eyes. The extraordinary symmetry of the motif is a great result of the mixture of daring design and highly skilled craftsmanship.

Designed by Bartoli Design, the Lhotse rug has been inspired by the traditional Tibetan saddle blankets. In no part of the production process this rug gets touched by chemical products. From the collection to the final rug, the Himalayan wool is processed only by natural means. The colors are dyed with vegetable dyes.

Mutations are the subject of a series of rugs designed by Lanzavecchia * Wai for Nodus. The Amaurodes Chernobilis rug resembles a jump in a hypothetical future, where life forms are altered by human intervention.

Kiki van Eijk designed ths Savage Flowers: Memories rug for Nodus, getting inspired by floral compositions. The elegant and light design is enhanced by the use of fresh materials like linen, silk and banana fibre silk.

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