Mit Fug und Freiformfliese
von Martina Metzner | 20.01.2015
Kaaschi literally means tile in Persian and that says it all for this design. The impact of Persian tiles occupies a prominent place in the history of Islamic art. Recognized for having one of the richest and varied art legacies, Persia used this form of art to decorate palaces, public buildings, monuments, mausoleums, and religious buildings, such as mosques and theological schools. It was these classic Persian mosaics that inspired Hossein Rezvani for this collection. Kaaschi is offered with a knot density of 400.000 knots per sqm, Persian highland wool with 40% pure natural silk.