CARLOS VERA DIEPPA

Our story begins in the Colombian mountains in 1995 with Carlos Vera Dieppa, a pioneer in Latin American textile design who, with the help of a local coffee-sack weaver, develops a unique weaving technique where he intertwines local, organic threads to craft unusual fiber-rugs. It is years later, however, when he decides to customize his own looms and add metal threads to these rugs, that his technique becomes a revolutionary legacy.

TOMAS Y CRISTINA VERA

After “Charlie’s” passing in 2010, his son Tomás and his daughter Cristina decide to honor his life and legacy by bringing back his craft. Through a renovated brand concept, the siblings craft an idea that even today, speaks of Colombia and its heartwarming traditions. They call this idea “VERDI” as an ode to their late father’s last names: Vera Dieppa.

VERDI TODAY


“...exceptional, sustainable craft is
today’s ultimate luxury.”


VERDI carries fique and metal rugs, organic-silk cushions, plantain-fiber and copper-thread curtains, textiles, tableware and silver-plated handbags, among other handwoven items. Having been included twice in Surface Magazine’s “THE LIST” as “one of the brands that are shaping the design world”, having collaborated with designers like Johanna Ortiz and having sold at retailers like Bergdorf Goodman, Moda Operandi and Net-A-Porter, VERDI is now a multidimensional design studio that combines craftsmanship with luxury to create homeware, fashion and art pieces for the aesthetically and socially inclined.

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VERDI'S BOOK


The sum of years designing, weaving and dreaming.

This volume of our VERDI BOOK sets out to illustrate bits and pieces of our culture while
sharing VERDI's story and design; it updates the concept of our brand to a multidimensional
textile studio that combines interior design, fashion, and art.

VERDI BOOK

"It seems surreal sometimes, how only a few years ago, we were two kids in a tiny home-office space flooded by rug sample, color palettes, fibers, and an initial sketch of "VERDI's Tree of Life" drawn by my brother Tomas, in blue ink, on a paper nailed to a cork. Even more so, it's hard to believe that 25 years earlier, our old man had been traveling throughout Colombia in search of plant-based fibers, naturally-colored threads and learning about this mesmerizing world of textiles. Little did he know that two decades later, his children would be realizing a dream he'd left behind, and that his distinctive technique and fiber & copper rug, would eventually become a part of the cultural heritage of our country".

-Cristina Vera

PRESS


VOGUE MÉXICO

Historia Tejida

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OBJECTFS

VERDI on creating Eco-luxurious goods

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STOCKLIST


FASHION

ONLINE

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FASHION KIND
www.fashionkind.com

NET-A-PORTER
www.net-a-porter.com

MODA OPERANDI
www.modaoperandi.com

HOTEL WEEKEND
www.hotel-weekend.com

COLOMBIA

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BOGOTÁ ST. DOM
(+57) 1 8058984
Calle 79b # 8-40

ARTESANÍAS DE COLOMBIA
(+57) 1 6917149

LALUP
Carrera 13 # 85-57 L.10
(+57) 3173464884

CARTAGENA ST. DOM
(+57) 1 6354380
Cra. 3 # 33-70

CALI OCRE Y ARCO
(+57) 2 3432192
Av. 9 Norte # 9-57

LE PACE GALERIE
(+57) 318 6997364
Calle 16a # 214

KLOSET
(+57) 2 3077326
760045

MEDELLÍN AGUAMANIL
(+57) 321 8197223
Cra 25 # 12 sur 50 L.119
Complex Los Balsos

MAKENO
(+57) 4 2661148
Cra. 38 # 10-35

BARRANQUILLA PALAU
(+57) 316 4807887
Calle 84 # 59-34 L.6
CC Meridiem

INTERNATIONAL

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FRANCE 85 PARIS
38 Rue de I'Université
75007 Paris

SPAIN LAB LAMARCA
(+34) 914 38 08 19
Calle de Fernando VI, 10 L.3
28004 Madrid

MEXICO KM 33
(+52) 415 121 8690
Calle del Dr Ignacio
Hernandez Macias
52 Zona Centro
37700 San Miguel de Allende

PROYECTO PÉNDULO
(+52) 1 984 202 2464
Carrera Boca Paila
Km 7.5 Tulum

UNITED STATES
BOSSA CONCEPT

(+1) 305 890 2126
140 NE 39th St. #108
Miami, FL 33137

JAPAN
MAISON CACAO

Estación Yokohama
0455486212

INTERIOR DESIGN

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