Nuria Mora

Nuria Mora is an artist who, wherever she goes, leaves delicate geometric shapes on display wherever you look. Since life is found in the streets, she dedicates herself to making these places more beautiful; places in cities where you can dream. Her designs featured on bus shelter adverts inevitably arouse curiosity, with their colourful origami, flowers and leaves that are entangled on the old walls of a neighbourhood that is peeling away and that makes her smile.

Then, of course, is her recognition: the exhibition of her work at the Tate Modern in London, the installation for Loewe in Tokyo, ARCO, the Miró Foundation in Barcelona, ​​Niro Arts Foundation Johannesburg … and collaborations for Cirque du Soleil or Sybilla.

Geometric shapes and plants are the hallmarks of the Madrid artist, who has spent 15 years decorating the streets of the capital with her unique, painted graffiti. During these years, abstract, geometric shapes in block colours have played a leading role.

The collection is born and nurtured in close collaboration with the artist. It is the combination of the know-how and craftsmanship that characterises DAC RUGS, and the creativity of Nuria Mora, a versatile artist who has spent over 15 years of her career exhibiting her work in museums and galleries all over the world.

With names as provocative as Pink & Red Diamonds, Crystal Green, Star, and Kusudama, these incredible pieces, a visual game of shapes and colours, are displayed in a gallery in Madrid. A unique opportunity to appreciate truly special designs, created to give the house a very individual style.

We would like to draw attention to her most recent collaborations with DAC RUGS and the NGO SOS Children’s Villages.