Brera Design District

Postorganic by Marialaura Irvine

Jaipur Rugs Gallery brings the lights and shades of the city of Jaipur to Milan and showcases the brand's eclectic aesthetics and focus on the main handcrafted techniques.

On the occasion of Milan Design Week 2023, the protagonists of the installation will be the carpets from the Postorganic collection designed by Marialaura Irvine. The material and its layering process become an element of investigation and inspiration for the designer. In an interplay of texture and colour, a depth, both visual and tactile, is revealed, inviting the spectator into contact with the surface of the carpet.

Activities schedule

April 17
10:00 — 20:00 Exhibition
April 18
10:00 — 18:00 Exhibition
18:00 — 21:00 Cocktail party - Opening event in-store with Pavitra Rajaram designer of the Majnun collection shown in Salone del Mobile.Milano.
April 19
10:00 — 20:00 Exhibition
April 20
10:00 — 18:00 Exhibition
18:00 — 21:00 Cocktail party - In-store event with Marialaura Irvine designer of the Postorganic collection shown in the showroom.
April 21
10:00 — 18:00 Exhibition
18:00 — 21:00 Cocktail party - In-store event with the designer Kazumi Yoshida
April 22
10:00 — 20:00 Exhibition
April 23
10:00 — 20:00 Exhibition

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& companies

Jaipur Rugs

Jaipur Rugs is a social business that connects rural craftsmanship with global markets through its luxurious handmade carpets. It is a family business based out of Jaipur that offers an exclusive range of hand-knotted and hand-woven rugs made using 2500 years old traditional art form.
The founder, Mr Nand Kishore Chaudhary created a unique business model, which provides livelihood to the artisans at their doorstep. This changed the standard practice of involving middlemen to work with artisanal communities. The company currently has a network of over 40,000 artisans spread across 600 rural Indian villages in five states of India. It has an end-to-end business model, right from sourcing of wool to exporting a finished handmade rug.
Reviving the dying art of carpet weaving and creating a sense of bonding and community is at the core of the company’s business philosophy. Jaipur Rugs has been working towards bridging the gap between the weaver at the grassroots and the urban consumers.
The modern and eclectic collection of rugs, made using the finest wool and silk, has won numerous global awards and is currently exported to more than 60 countries with the US sales arm, Jaipur Living, Inc. located in Georgia, Atlanta.


Jaipur Rugs – Delvis showroom

Via Minghetti, 8 - Milano

Access rules

Free access

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