Paris, France

Rudolf Nureyev’s Grave

The piece replicates the beloved rug the dancer took with him on his tours. The rug was used to warm up before shows, and also reflects his nomadic life.

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The decoration reproduces the iconography of one of the kilim rugs Nureyev collects, one of those he loved most.

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Chromatically gold stands for power and greatness, red for blood and life, white for light and purity.

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Orient blue symbolizes death and mourning but also peace.

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The surfaces appear to be crossed by a fluid and luminous dynamism, soft and velvety.

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Each piece is uniquely crafted with an expert touch

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Designed by a team of excellence: the designer Ezio Frigerio, the architect Stefano Pace and the mosaicist Francesca Fabbri with the studio Akomena.

Paris, France

Rudolf Nureyev’s Grave

The piece replicates the beloved rug the dancer took with him on his tours. The rug was used to warm up before shows, and also reflects his nomadic life.

W

The decoration reproduces the iconography of one of the kilim rugs Nureyev collects, one of those he loved most.

W

Chromatically gold stands for power and greatness, red for blood and life, white for light and purity.

W

Orient blue symbolizes death and mourning but also peace.

W

The surfaces appear to be crossed by a fluid and luminous dynamism, soft and velvety.

W

Each piece is uniquely crafted with an expert touch.

W

Designed by a team of excellence: the designer Ezio Frigerio, the architect Stefano Pace and the mosaicist Francesca Fabbri with the studio Akomena.