Hotel Sarain in Davos, Swiss.
Sartori was the first Italian company to manufacture modern designer carpets. We are able to meet diverse demands in terms of custom sized carpets and customer-designed carpets. Sartori is able to deliver orders to customers in 60 days, in accordance with market demands. The design and technical know-how is developed in Italy and therefore our carpets are Made in Italy. Manufacture is carried out under the supervision of Italian staff allowing Sartori to make custom sized carpets using designs provided by the customer on contract. The contracting sector is currently undergoing full expansion and there is an increasing demand for carpets for prestigious hotels, shops and villas often designed by world-famous architects with whom Sartori already collaborates because the Sartori name is well known in this sector
Our latest collection, “Vintage”, made up of old or antique carpets which are bleached, cut, re-coloured and re-sewn by hand to make a patchwork carpet is one of our best creations of the past few years and is widely celebrated in both classic and modern design interiors. The Vintage patchwork carpet is treated using traditional methods, the colours are vegetable based but unlike once-upon-a-time, extremely modern hues such as purple, black, grey, pistachio and modern green are applied. The vegetable based dyes complete the concept of recycled carpet which acquires value thanks to its noble origins while at the same time taking on the aspect of a contemporary carpet. Our carpets are made of wool, silk, coconut, viscose and lurex.
The Sartori company structure features a contract department which develops projects for hotels, villas, offices and yachts. This department is made up of a team of design, graphics and project experts who use their skills to create carpets that meet customer requirements. The carpets are made in various countries depending on the type and their manufacture is supervised in loco by Italian staff.
The Milan Design Week is now an annual event for companies , designers , architects and artists from all over the world , which can highlight and learn about new opportunities that design offers . Here’s to you a summary of our visit to the Fuorisalone … Enjoy it!