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WEAVING: AN ANCIENT AND SMART HANDICRAFT

Weaving, one of the oldest handicrafts, has a thousand years of history with its various styles, techniques and traditions. During the process of weaving two thread systems are interlaced by machine or by hand.

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Katharina

THE BAUHAUS - 100 YEARS OF MODERN DESIGN HISTORY

It created a new era of design history in the 20th century and began like a thunderbolt when Walter Gropius founded the State Bauhaus in Weimar in 1919. The Bauhaus is regarded as one of the most influential art & design schools of the last century. 

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Ann

WOOL: EXCELLENT NATURAL FIBRE WITH USEFUL FEATURES

No other natural fiber comprises so many positive characteristics as wool. This animal fiber protects against cold, moisture and is self-cleansing. It is the soft hair of the fur which is obtained from living animals and is afterwards further processed.

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Sonja

AXMINSTER CARPET: AREA OF APPLICATION AND SPECIALTIES

Since the mid 18th century, the small English town of Axminster produced carpets with oriental and floral patterns that were in high demand in the higher society. Originally hand-woven, the elaborate process was later replaced by various machine weaving procedures, keeping the impression of oriental carpets with rich patterns, by controlling every single thread through technical sophistication.

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Eva

VALUABLE CRAFTSMANSHIP: HAND-KNOTTING RUGS

Carpets in all sizes, patterns and colors are design element and a warming comfort factor in our living space. In particular hand-knotted oriental rugs are currently enjoying new popularity. More and more people wish to go back to more nativeness and naturalness and realize the importance of sustainable products.

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Eva

SILK: PRECIOUS NATURAL FIBER WITH CHINESE TRADITION

Silk is a very precious, animal natural fiber, known for its sheen and its high tear strength. Traditionally, silk is being extracted from the cocoon of silkworms. These are the worms of the domestic silkmoths which are originally native to China. The Chinese silk production has a long history:

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Jasmin