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We've all crushed on Patricia Urquiola's designs and if you haven't, pop over to her website and you soon will.

Her designs take on a creative edge that is simply pure art. The Credenza, for example, is made using contemporary patterned stained glass inspired by the windows of holy sites and are produced manually in Italy by skilled artisans. The design, as shown below, is "a meeting between the sacred and its reinterpretation."

The Credenza

The Credenza - Patricia Urquiola

Image source: Patricia Urquiola

So, when we discovered Urquiola designed these two rug designs for Milan-based rug manufacturer cc-tapis we just couldn't contain ourselves!

These rugs are handmade in Nepal using Himalayan wool and pure silk, or alternatively 100% Himalayan wool and as you can see, are so extraordinary they can be displayed as wall art.

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Image source: Design Milk

Do you have a favourite Urquiola piece that you'd like to share? Submit your comments below.

Find out more about Patricia Urquiola via her website here.

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