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9 Jan

Trompe l’Oeil,International Awards

The Trompe l’Oeil Collection of rugs designed for Zollanvari was multi-awarded in 2013 and 2014. In 2013 the collection was awarded as Best Innovation at the prestigious International Carpet Design Award 2013 and in 2014 it was awarded as Selection by The German Design Council at imm Cologne 2014. Kilim rugs are world re-known for the simplicity of the sign and the unique flat tapestry weaving. SoFarSoNear ‘s idea was to inject a little Italian style and combine the traditional handcraft with the motifs familiar to the Italian iconography. A true fusion between East and West, between the classical motifs of two great cultures, Persia and Italy. What makes the project so unique is also the use of sophisticated UV print...
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21 Nov

Editor’s Choice,BDNY, New York

The Etruschi Collection of Copper Fabrics designed by Luca Dini was Finalist at the Editor’s Choice Awards at IHMRS and BDNY, New York, 2012. Especially suited for the high-end contract, Etruschi comes from a constant search of unique and unusual materials. Etruschi is a veritable copper fabric, that combines the mass and shine of metal leaf with the softness of a textile. The uniqueness of the collection is the result of the know-how developed in the field of precious yarns with the design research of SoFar/SoNear and Luca Dini. Copper thread are weaved with wool and linen into precious fabrics for prestigious interiors. [eltd_blockquote text="The uniqueness of the collection is the result of the know-how developed in the field...
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9 May

International Prestige,The Army & Navy Club

In 2012 Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II commemorated 60 years of reign. SoFarSoNear was appointed official partner of The Army & Navy Club, celebrating 175 years of British heritage, royalty and excellence, commemorating The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee. An international recognition that was achieved thanks to our commitment to innovation and creativity. The Club was founded in august 1837 as a response to the popularity of other service clubs in the area. Originally it was to be called the Army Club but the Duke of Wellington, Commander in Chief who became the Club's first patron, insisted that membership should also be offered to officers of the Royal Navy and Royal Marines. For the past 175 years, the Army & Navy...
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