Each model featured here is inspired by the plumage of the parrot that gave it it's name.
Bespoke sizes, compositions, colour ways and patterns available.
Diurne's craftsmen can weave more than fifteen different qualities, offering multiple visual and sensual effects, playing with the density of the weaving and the finishing techniques.
This choice impacts the appearance of the rug, by giving a specific texture and light to the rug. It also influences the strength of the object and its technical features.
After discovering this process in the early 80's, he opened the Diurne Gallery in 1982 where he features his work. Once the business started to become successful, he set up his own workshop in Kathmandu which gives him the opportunity to develop special wool settings and yarn washings, leading him to create a variety of new proposals.
Marcel Zelmanovitch has realized numerous projects, and some of the most important interior designers have been placing their confidence in him through regular collaborations.