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Jaipur Rugs in collaboration with Abin Chaudhuri pays ode to the soul of architecture through a new collection launch

National, April 21, 2021: Jaipur Rugs, one of India’s largest manufacturers of hand-knotted rugs unveils its new collection ‘Archetype’ in collaboration with Abin Chaudhuri.

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The new collection is an amalgamation of Jaipur Rugs’ decades of craftsmanship with Abin Chaudhuri’s vision and design aesthetic drawing inspiration from architecture in different epochs i.e., Ancient, Vintage, Modern, Brutalist, and Contemporary.

Derived from the Greek word ‘arkhetupon’, meaning something molded first as a model, Archetype presents the fundamental principles of architecture through simple forms, colors, and shapes on rugs. Addressing variations of the human personality through architectural philosophies – from ancient to contemporary, each design is driven to inspire, seamlessly introducing creative energy in spaces. Archetype embodies the soul of architecture through elemental forms made by hand.

Jaipur Rugs is a story of empowered artisans, with a close-knit community of more than 40,000 spread across 600 villages in India. These artisans have gone through rigorous training to uphold the quality standards promised with every rug and system in place for choice of material sourcing, timely delivery, and sustainable production.

Speaking on the collection, Yogesh Chaudhary commented, “With every new collection we aim to collaborate with people who can showcase the ancestral art of rug making with a new vision. We seek to deliver a creative combination of age-old art and modern interpretation. With Archetype, Abin has highlighted various facets of human personality through architectural philosophies. With his graphical visual interpretation of architectural eras, he has helped us add some great designs to our product offering. His rugs have a fresh take on architectural tents that will work beautifully in all kinds of homes and settings. His eclectic designs and style concepts will add depth, dimension, and perspective into a customer’s space.”

Jaipur Rugs in collaboration with Abin Chaudhuri pays ode to the soul of architecture through a new collection launchArchetype embodies the soul of architecture through elemental forms made by hand. It presents the fundamental principles of architecture through simple forms, colors, and shapes on rugs. It celebrates the idea that in every magnificent creation of man lies a concept that is simple, primitive, and driven by collective evolution. To me, carpets are like artwork – knitted pieces of art lying on the floor. They enrich the space by adding value as it is fine-tuned in the design stage to artistically fit these new world interiors while also reflecting on the heritage. Each design in the collection is driven to inspire, seamlessly introducing creative energy in spaces”.  says Abin Chaudhuri founder, Abin Design Studio

Experience this collection on https://www.jaipurrugs.com/collection/archetype starting April 21, 2021. 

About Jaipur Rugs

Jaipur Rugs is a family business strengthened by the purpose of protecting ancestral know-how and connecting rural craftsmanship with global consumers. By placing the human aspect at its core, the company has grown to become the largest network of artisans in India. It uses the age-old art form of handmade carpets as a tool to bring prosperity into the homes of 40,000 rural artisans of which 80% are women. Founded in 1978 by Nand Kishore Chaudhary with just two looms, it now has over 7000 looms and sells in over 60 countries. Today the company creates contemporary works of art by collaborating with creative talents capable of showcasing this ancestral craft with a new vision.

About Abin Chaudhuri

Abin Chaudhuri founded Abin Design Studio, which is exploring the ‘unknown’ journey, experimentation with materials and technology, and engaging art and culture, aiming to provide a ‘soul in the shell’. The studio is engaging design in the urban fabric and peri-urban edge, as a catalyst for deliberate change.

His work focuses on the idea of holistic design, not just limiting to ideas, but also physical manifestation through multi-disciplinary collaboration. His explorations intend to push the boundaries of thought, prevalent socio-cultural landscape, and spatial construct, challenging the role of architecture in society, by being unafraid of unfamiliar explorations. The studio is also the recipient of several national and international accolades.

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