Casalis designs and produces contemporary interior applications based on textiles, for private dwellings as well as for public spaces. Carpets, objects and acoustic panels which are functional as well as artistic meet the very highest standards.
CURIOSITY, RESPECT AND INNOVATION/RENEWAL are key.
Curiosity for our customers' wishes and needs and for the innovative ideas our designers come up with. Respect for good and innovative design which offers designers the opportunity to develop themselves and us the opportunity to surprise and delight. Respect for the traditional human crafts and skills and curiosity after technological developments and the most modern production techniques.
Respect for Nature and the diversity of raw materials which this world provides us with: we make products with a long life span and with a timeless design.
Casalis stands for curiosity, respect and innovation.
A deliberate choice.
The Beiras carpets combine the centuries-old art of handknotting from the Beiras region of Portugal with modern materials, colours and patterns.
Purely traditional and disarmingly honest. Made using wool from sheep in the Himalayan mountains. Everything is done by hand: from the shearing of the sheep and the carding of the wool, the dyeing of the fibres and the spinning of the yarn up to the final knotting of the carpet.
Manual tufting forms an efficient alternative to manual knotting. With the help of a handgun, the tufter shoots the yarn with a great deal of skill polar line by polar line until a carpet is formed. Due to its enormous flexibility, the technique allows for the production of true works of art.
Weaving Pello Weave
Pello Weave is the ultimate in modern craftsmanship and strikes the perfect balance between modern and traditional.
The natural wealth of the wool from Tibetan sheep in the Himalayan mountains is carefully spun into knottable carpet yarn while respecting and maintaining the character according to an ancient tradition.
For plain colour carpets or easy designs, a robot can replace the manual work of the handtufters, increasing the uniformity of the pile density and also allowing for new techniques (3D shapes).
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