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Mariantonia Urru

The ability to combine innovation with tradition

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Hall 9, Stand B41
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Company Data

Mariantonia Urru SRL

Via Kennedy 77
09086 Samugheo
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Fax: +39 0783 631128


Mr. Ing. Giuseppe Demelas
Executive Sales Manager
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Mobile: +39 349 3275353
Fax: +39 0783 631128


Type of company

Year founded

No. of employees
1-10 (Status: 2015)

Company profile

We have been operating in the textile sector in Sardinia (Italy) since 1981. Driven by a strong passion for the vast variety of weaving techniques and the repertoire of the traditional motifs, its founder, Mariantonia Urru, started up the workshop in Samugheo focusing on the production of textiles for interiors. We create our pieces using the most common traditional methods, such as pibiones and litzos, as well as rediscovering old techniques as un in dente and aramu. The designs feature are inspired by the traditional motifs. Beside the commitment to our heritage we are also interested in renovating the design in a contemporary style, finding natural expression in the supplying for the hospitality industry, with the certification of fire resistance for curtains and bedspreads. Since the beginning we distinguished ourselves for the ability to combine innovation with tradition, collaborating with important designers.

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The flower garden by Caterina Quartana

The Idea project was born from the evolution of the typical design of the textile tradition of Samugheo, called " Blooming Bird",revisiting it in a modern version, and with the will to create a setting in which it could find a perfect home, as a reminder to a "Flower Garden", that then it becomes.In more

Hung by threads Design Paulina Herrera

Woolen rug made with the weaving pibiones and litzos techniques. Dimensions: 170/240 cm. The pattern represents a sequence of prickly pears, one in the foreground, the other two, smaller, in the background. The bottom part, with a more compact weaving, represents the ground, which is a solid state. Whilst more

CACTUS Collection Design Paulina Herrera

The collection draws inspiration from the prickly pear plant, which encloses the fields of Sardinia. Based on the plant's aggressive character and on its local use as a tool to trace borders, this pattern represents a conceptual reflection both at visual and tactile level. The collection is made with more

Prickly Pear Rug-Silk by Paulina Herrera

Rug made of silk with the pibiones and litzos weaving techniques. Dimensions: 165x200cm. The prickly pear is commonly used in Sardinia to trace a perimeter among plots of land: fields are drawn with these natural, thorny and coloured cordons. The pattern is simple and linear and expresses the concept more

Mediterranean Design Paulina Herrera

Dimensions: 200x300 cm, linen, wool and cotton. Made with with the Sardinia traditional weaving technique, the rug is inspired by the cultural varieties surrounding the Mediterranean Sea. The pattern represents a marine environment crossed by some fishes. The flow is represented by a blue strip, woven more

Wool flowers Design Caterina Quartana

The Idea project was born from the evolution of the embroidery, typical in the Sardinian tradition, especially in shawls of folk costumes; characterized by bright flowers embroidered on a black background, revisiting it in a modern version and with the will to create a setting in which it could find more

Bisaccia Design Caterina Quartana

The Idea project was born from the evolution of the typical design of the textile tradition of Sardinia, called " Bisaccia",revisiting it in a modern version, and with the will to create a setting where flowers designed by Caterina Quartana designer in which it could find a perfect home the, as a reminder more

Arenas (Sands) Design Virgilio Colomo

The rug is made of a soft padding inside two rugs (top and bottom), both light ocher, to remind the feeling of walking on sand. If needed, you pull the wool off the bag, card it by hand and put it back inside, experiencing past real life fragments. The third dimension is added to the traditional flat more

AF153 Design Antonio Forteleoni

The rug could be seen as solidified concrete demonstrations of historical stillness, and at the same time part of the evolutionary process that traces human progress. On the other hand the endless variations of the surfaces envision a potential for progress and creativity while the traditional weaving more

AF155 Design Antonio Forteleoni

AF155 It's a collection of limited edition rugs inspired by the eroded surfaces. Exploring the perceptions of different layers, worn by time in a completely new way to think about the traditional sardinian weaving. The distressed mixed wool creates levels that result in constantly changing perspectives. The more

Kara Design Carolina Melis

The hands of the craftsman and the mind of the designers collaborate in the creation of Kara. The graphics designed by Carolina Melis, transposed into simple and geometric patterns are the perfect counterpoint to the softness of the material and the sensitivity of weaving more

Fishes Design Paulina Herrera

Dimensions 200/300. Wool, silk and cotton. This rug was designed by Paulina Herrera to be woven with a Sardinian traditional technique. Fishes, after Mediterranean, is the second one of a series of rugs that portray a marine environment where the graphic picture is a symbiosis between weaving and illustration. more

Modest Design Sabina Era - Denise Leoni

Modesto is carpet made with Sardinian sheep wool. Textiles' colors are made by artisanal and eco-friendly processes. The weaving technique is «Aramu» which is diagonally oriented and shaping, as a characteristic, small rhombuses that are combined by the weft called «diamantina» and «pibiones». This is more

Prickly Pear Tapestry by Paulina Herrera

The rug was at first designed as a wall picture, a real art work. Also used as a wall covering panel, the prickly pear plant represents an iconic image of Sardinia rural areas. Fico belongs to the Cactus Collection, which is woven with Sardinian traditional techniques and is based on the image of the more

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