EL TAPETE VERDI

Somos los creadores de un tapete único que combina fibras naturales con materiales seleccionados.  En nuestro taller, tejemos textiles contemporáneos siempre manteniéndonos leales a las prácticas artísticas colombianas bajo las cuales fue fundado nuestro estudio. 

NUESTRAS COLECCIONES DE TAPETES


COLECCIÓN AES

Una colección que nace como una nueva forma de entender la materialidad de VERDI. En AES, nuestros materiales no se entrelazan, sino que se superponen y generan dinámicas más lineales y contemporáneas, orientadas a representar el equilibrio, la armonía y la pureza. 

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HECHO A MANO POR ARTESANOS

En nuestro taller

Nuestras piezas están hechas a mano cuidadosamente en El Taller VERDI. Contratamos directamente a más de 30 personas altamente calificadas, cuya experiencia es el resultado de generaciones de práctica con las más altas condiciones de trabajo y un ambiente de trabajo positivo.

EXTRACCIÓN SOSTENIBLE DE MATERIALES

Desde Colombia y Latinoamérica

Nuestros materiales son de fuentes sostenibles de diferentes lugares en Colombia y Latinoamérica. Nuestra fibra principal, fibra de fique, proviene de Curití, Santander. Apoyamos a más de 19 familias de granjeros en Curití. Durante la cosecha de la fibra de fique, solo las hojas externas de la planta son extraídas, lo que permite continuar con el crecimiento de los cultivos y no la deforestación. 

HECHO A LA MEDIDA

Hecho a medida para las necesidades del cliente

Nuestros tapetes están totalmente hechos a la medida en tejidos, color, forma, tamaños y materiales. Trabajamos con una variedad de materiales como fique, lana de alpaca, crin de caballo, sedal de pesca, cobre, acero inoxidable, entre otros.

ESPACIOS VERDI

PRESS

SURFACE MAGAZINE

“The level of care and craftsmanship VERDI brings to each of its textiles is utterly exceptional. Its artful use of metals such as copper and steel serves to accentuate the brilliant colored thread of each piece.”


SURFACE

JANUARY 2019

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FORBES

“Los creadores de los lujosos tapetes colombianos que le están dando la vuelta al mundoCon lujosos tapetes que entrelazan fibras con metales, Verdi, el estudio de diseño textil que dirige Tomás Vera, está traspasando fronteras.”


JOSÉ CAPARROSO

JUNE 2021

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COOL HUNTING


AMANGIRI’S SUSTAINABLE “THE TREE OF LIFE”INSTALLATION BY VERDI

"Handcrafted from sustainable fibers, as well as straw and copper, Colombian textile design studio Verdi’s “The Tree of Life” sculpture—currently residing in the lounge of Canyon Point, Utah’s all-suite luxury resort Amangiri—isn’t like other seasonal installations. Verdi co-founder and creative director Tomás Vera first got the idea in 2013, from the Tree of Life concept he observed in Mexico and found across numerous global mythologies. Vera brought his vision for the flowing tree to life in 2019, and it now makes its North American debut at Amangiri, where it faces the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument.⁠ Read more about the origin of the installation, which will be on view until mid-January, at Verdi’s site".


DECEMBER 2021

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GALERIE

Colombian textile studio VERDI makes its Miami debut with La Macorina, a limited-release design by the brand’s co-founder Tomas Vera. Painstakingly fashioned with over 4,000 hand-tied knots of Cumare fiber, avian feathers, nylon, and leather shell, La Macorina is a pendulum sculpture that surprisingly transforms into a hammock, mirroring a brilliant Colombian peacock preening its tail in courtship. With its siliconized wire system of steel and tension springs, the piece is as much a feat of engineering as regal artistry.


JACOBA URIST

DECEMBER 2021

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SURFACE


Verdi’s sustainableTree of Lifesculpture goes on display at Amangiri in Utah.

This holiday season, guests at Utah’s all-suite resort Amangiri will enjoy a different type of Christmas tree courtesy of Verdi. Handcrafted in sustainable fibers, copper, and straw, the Colombian textile studio’s Tree of Life sculpture will remain at the resort until mid-January. The tree anchors the hotel’s lounge area, facing uninterrupted views to the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument. “Verdi’s Tree of Life strives to celebrate thoughtful design, exceptional craft, and sustainability, things that resonate deeply with our brand and global context,” says Verdi founder Thomas Vera. Tree of Life was first unveiled at Verdi’s Bogota headquarters in 2019 and quickly became a symbol of the brand’s artistic sensibilities.


DECEMBER 2021

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SURFACE MAGAZINE

“The Colombian Textile Studio VERDI launches their latest collection of woven rugs, called AES, which employs ethically sourced alpaca, plantain fibers, and solid Bronze plates. The Collection explores geometry and industrialism through bold, clean lines that present a poetic meditation on balance, harmony and purity.”


RYAN WADDOUPS

JUNE 2021

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DWELL

Here’s Why You Should Be Paying Close Attention to Colombia’s Design Scene


"VERDI was founded with the intention to recover a legacy: after the death of their father Carlos Vera Dieppa, a leading textile designer who developed a technique to interweave natural and copper threads, brother and sister Tomás and Cristina Vera tracked down their father’s looms and the weavers who originally worked with him. VERDI’s rugs, which bring together materials like alpaca wool, copper, stainless steel, and fique fiber (made from a native Andean plant), shimmer and shift with changing light and perspective".


JENNY XIE

AUGUST 2019

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SURFACE

The Fiber Tree at the Center of VERDI's Bogotá Showroom is Nothing Short of MagicThe handcrafted combination of sculpture and fiber art is a bold departure from typical retail decor.


"Naturally, then, the company’s new Bogotá showroom is a full break from what you might see in other retail spaces from other rug or textile companies. It’s a richly colored, carefully lit space with the walls bearing many organic displays of the brand’s facility with fibers. But it’s at the center of the showroom that things truly take off. Hanging over visitors heads is a fantastic, almost Seussian tree—a supernatural piece of fauna composed of copper, fiber, straw, and other materials. It’s simply stunning".


SURFACE

JUNE 2019

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OBJECTIFS

Verdi on creating Eco-luxurious goods

Colombia, with a long artisanal handmade tradition is taking advantage of their ancestral know-how and inherently sustainable ways of producing. One perfect example is VERDI, the successful textile studio who has given a smart final product that brings this tradition into unique home, fashion and art pieces.

 We interviewed them to understand their own approach and vision towards sustainability.


Laura Cabezas

MARCH 2020

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