Seeking the best ancient carpets from Persia to China, to all around the globe, Nina Yashar’s Nulifar Gallery was developed in 1979. At such a young age, Yashar already wanted to challenge the work of her father by selling carpets. Everything was awfully instinctive to her, and after a couple of years, her focus became abundantly clear, to sell her products only to a very selective audience.
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Yashar adopts an extremely eclectic style by mixing contemporary pieces with vintage material. Her curative preference is exemplary in the revolutionary and exciting Locatelli’s 3D printed table design which was exhibited in Milan amid the Salone del Mobile. The machine used to print the table corresponds to those used to construct a house or a building.
In regards to new projects, Nina Yashar mentions that she is currently working on an amazing apartment in Mayfair, London. According to the designer, this endeavor started in June and will last all through October. Thereupon, she will be exhibiting her work on Design Basel in Miami, The Salon of Art + Design in New York, and countless others. Yashar is a restless designer always eager to discover unique ventures.
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