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This cotton and Sardinia wool carpet features a bright colour composition, with prevalent yellow-earth and magenta, applied to the traditional a date decoration, a band motif with a geometrical pattern inspired by local tradition, available in different designs, each of which labelled wi. This carpet in Sardinian wool features a stark contrast of colours against a red background. It is distinctive of the textile tradition of Aggius and is characterised by the striking geometric decoration with large-mesh interlacing, hooks and modules of stars. This carpet in Sardinian wool in bright colours, typical of the textile tradition of Aggius, stands out for its polychrome composition with stark contrasts against a magenta background, in the distinctive composition with bands and geometric shapes, a date motif, taken from the rich traditional c. Laboratorio Tessile Prof. Cannas , located at the heart of the Gallura region, in the picturesque setting of the granite mountains in the countryside of Aggius, has a tight bond with local textile tradition, characterized by peculiar local style and technique. Being the result of a long and unique history made by women, the workshop was founded as a cooperative in , and changed into a copartnership in by ten founding members.
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Around the artist Eugenio Tavolara, from Sassari, gave a new impetus to craft and the folk art of basketmaking in Sardinia. Tavolara was, in fact, a close supporter of the island culture, of a careful promotion of these traditional art forms and their proud exposition to the world. Incentivated by this, Tavolara, together with the architect Ubaldo Badas from Cagliari, inaugurated the first exhibition in the Padiglione per l'artigianato Crafts pavilion in Sassari in , and in set up the Istituto Sardo Organizzazione Lavoro Artigiano I. Sardinian Institute for the Organization of Crafts, which was based in Sassari in the recently inaugurated building. Thanks to I. Tavolara was able to revitalize traditional Sardinian artforms especially in the areas of basketmaking, weaving and intaglio, bringing them into line with international tastes, at that time focused on rediscovering Mediterranean values, as simple as they were sophisticated.
Laboratorio Tessile Prof. Cannas
Two great Sardinian twentieth century minds, linked by a building-masterpiece, a place of art and identity, knowledge and know-how: the forms inspired by the Neoliberty style of the architect from Cagliari, Ubaldo Badas, and the decorations of the artist from Sassari, Eugenio Tavolara, created one of the best Sardinian expressions of modern architecture, located in the public gardens of Sassari. It hosted the first exhibitions of artefacts curated by the artist, leading to worldwide fame. Today, now restructured, it will accommodate the museum of handicrafts and design, with the greatest 'public' collection of works by Tavolara and that of ISOLA acquired over six decades: ceramics, baskets, jewellery, fabrics and other products. The building extends over two floors, with a total of three thousand square metres, built with a combination of materials used creatively: colour combinations, coloured tiles, decorated railings. Its current appearance, following redevelopment concluded in , will enchant you with the idea, conceived by Badas, of continuity between the inside and the outside. Ponder over the external volumes, which are lively and articulate, and the openings that 'follow each other' to enclose the large exhibition spaces. A staircase with reliefs of the Cavalcata Sarda Sardinian horse-riding folklore event by Tavolara leads to the single space on the upper floor.
Sardinia's arts have been tempered by the island's rich culture and rugged topography. Shielded from outside influences, Sardinian musical traditions are like nothing else on the planet and they fuel a contemporary fusion scene. Literary legends such as Nobel-prize-winning Grazia Deledda reel you into the intrigues of small-town life in the wilds of mountainous Barbagia. Up and down the island you will encounter festivals where folk dancing, hand-carved masks and flamboyant costumes keep Sardinia's one-of-a-kind heritage very much alive. This traditional male harmony singing is one of the oldest known forms of vocal polyphony.
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