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The Cauca culture is an extinct Colombian culture dated between the 9 and 10th centuries CE, located close to the Cauca River in Colombia. They are known by their goldwork and ceramics representing human figurines with dramatically angular features. Their traditional artworks gave rise to BRABBU’s CAUCA Rug. The geometric pattern on the black & white tencel rug recalls the sharp artwork of the Cauca culture and aims to brings strength and esprit to any living room set. CAUCA rug by BRABBU is the best finsihing for your modern home decor.
Trees have been venerated since immemorial times: they have their roots in the ground and their trunk and branches extended towards the sky. This concept is found in many of the world’s religions as the tree that links the underworld and the Earth and holds up the Heavens.
Himba is a southern Angola tribe, who lives in a land isolated by deserts and moun- tains and dresses in strictly traditional ways. Himba is famous for their beautiful women painted with ochre and long tresses wrapped in red clay. They have an extre- me capacity to survive in hard conditions, a remarkable feature from where HIMBA is born: a strong, powerful, red coloured rug made from hand-knotted thin wool, taking to your home the warm sensations of Africa.
Aymara people are an indigenous nation that lives between the Andes and the Altiplano regions of South America. Due to the extreme climate conditions, one of their most iconic pieces of clothing is the Aymara poncho, an outer garment designed to keep the body warm. The stripes pattern in the traditional Aymara poncho is reflected in the new BRABBU’s wool rug, named after this strong population. AYMARA wool rug is the ideal rug for a bedroom with neutral tones or for a fancy modern home décor where small details like a wool rug can bring the soberness that sometimes these ambiences require.
The Nilotic pastoralist ethnic group Mursi lives in southwestern Ethiopia, and have strong beliefs in a higher force coming from the sky, called Tumwi. The Mursi also consider clays sacred and powerful, as they still paint their bodies for religious and medical purposes. Plus, animals are a very important source for food. The combina- tion of the body painting motifs and the animal’s footprints in an abstract pattern creates MURSI hand-tufted tencel rug, an earth-to-earth acquisition for the home.
The Macushi are a population living in the borderlands of southern Guyana, northern Brazil and in an eastern part of Venezuela.They live in villages linked together by tracks and paths. When married, the Macushi couple lives in the wife’s family’s village and the father-in-law is of great importance in Macushi kinship. In their legends the Macushi people are believed to be descendants of the sun’s children who created fire, as well as diseases, and they also believe they discovered the Tree of Life. These ancestral family bonds and religious beliefs are depicted by BRABBU’s MACUSHI wool rug, that with its delicate flower patterns and sand hues will be perfect to decorate a family space in any modern home decor.
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