Architecture critic´s house, New York, USA

The revered American architecture critic and former professor Sarah Goldhagen’s home, a converted double height church, which she shares with her husband and children, is a perfect prototype for the design her book lobbies for: a tasteful mix of organic materials, natural light, and greenery.

For in front of the sofa she chose our Tibetan rug "Composition 1", woven in a Fair Trade workshop in Nepal http://nomada.biz/en/contemporary-rugs/81-composition-1.html

Behind the sofa sits our patchwork, also made in a Fair Trade workshop in Turkey by Afghan refugees http://nomada.biz/en/18-patchworks?id_category=18&n=55