Yama I symbolises the steep relief of mighty mountains in a combination of loop triangles in varying heights represented by a combinations of grey, blue and brown. From their evergreen sides to their aerial summits, this design is a tribute where sky and earth meet. This design is expertly tufted by Tai Ping artisans.
Yabu Pushelberg was established in 1980 by George Yabu and Glenn Pushelberg. The principals’ relentless curiosity has propelled the multidisciplinary design, leading to projects that span all aspects of interior design including interiors for residential, retail and hospitality settings, as well as furniture, textiles, lighting, tableware and handmade rugs in collaboration with Tai Ping. Inspired by Japan’s wabi-sabi philosophy that appreciates beauty that is imperfect, impermanent and incomplete in nature, Tai Ping’s Kiso collection is articulated around three distinctive yet perfectly cohesive parts, each mirroring a fundamental element of earth.