Creators of Carpet Art.

ZOLLANVARI carpets embody the spirit of Persian carpet design and weaving treasured across the world. Our passion has always been for the artistic weavings of the nomadic people of southern Persia, where almost all our collections are woven. The art of carpet making has always exemplified the expression of a culture - a way of life. Our use of pattern, color and symbolism have thus been constantly evolving. What sets us apart is the active encouragement we give our weavers to allow their own aesthetic sense to shine through the designs. Individual, expressive and unique carpets are the result.


    Embraport, 24
    Gebäude E/F,
    Eingang F3, 4. Stock
    CH-8424 Embrach
    Tel. Show phone number


    • 30/10/2020 Collection 4 catalogue
    • 12/09/2020 Tapis Farsis, Maison et Jardin, September 2020
      Grand name in Persian tribal carpet art across the globe, Zollanvari is recognised as much for its traditional know-how as its ability to innovate.
    • 04/09/2020 Zollanvari International Exhibit @ Maison&Objet DIGITAL FAIR
      To mark the developments at this edition of Maison et Objet, Zollanvari International are presenting the largest number of new creations than at any previous show - from contemporary designer carpets and flatweaves to re-imagined tribal and traditional ones, all made using 100% highland wool from the Zagros Mountains region - weavings with soul, history, innovative spirit and design virtuosity.

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