tappeticontemporanei started life in 2000, the brainchild of from an idea of Lilli Moro and Ezio Grassi, who, after a 25-year collaboration with one of the main art galleries in Milan, had a dream of starting a brand new project, combining their love of ancient Eastern textile tradition with the world of Western design. Located in the very heart of Brera, a gallery showing carpets designed by the most famous international designers but made with the most traditional hand knotting and loom weaving tecniques. Carpets that look like paintings, unique pieces so beautiful that they have been displayed in such a prestigious stage as the Venice Biennale. But that's not all. In 2008 tappeticontemporanei presented "85mq", its own collection of hand-knotted carpets, that enables clients to create the perfect carpet, tailored to their needs.


tappeticontemporanei offers a range of unique pieces, hand-knotted with Tibetan wool and silk as well as alternative materials such as hemp, viscose and nettle.

Wide is the choice of kilims, all hand-knotted unique pieces made by the most skilled weavers in Afghanistan, Turkey, Iran and India.