Posts tagged as 'carpet'
'Lisse', inspired by tulip fields, by Liz Eeuwes
Liz Eeuwes is a Canadian designer based in Glasgow, Scotland. Since graduating with a degree in Product Design from the Glasgow School of Art, Liz has set up a home studio in order to develop her own designs.
Her first collection is a range of artistic, textured rugs inspired initially by the rich colours and diverse structures of the Scottish countryside. Recognising the similar visual effects of rugs and aerial views of landscapes, Elizabeth began experimenting with various pile heights, hand knotting, weaving, colouring and carving techniques in order to accurately capture the look and feel of these areas.
'Lisse' carpert by Liz Eeuwes
Each rug is made entirely by hand using the finest materials and the result is a collection of high quality unique pieces that combine colour, texture and shape in a new and exciting way and are appropriate for both contemporary and traditional environments.
'Strathmore', inspired by Scottish countryside
Liz Eeuwes’ carpets will be exhibited from 24 – 27 Septmember at 100%Design London, Earls Court.
seen @ Materialicious
to the Liz Eeuwes website
to the 100%Design London Guide @ Architonic
'Duetto 2' by Hanna Korvela
The Finnish textile company Hann Korvala Design was founded in 1994, when the young textile designer Hanna Korvela realised her first ‘Duetto’ rug. Since then, she received several international awards and works in close cooperation with architects and interior designers and realises comprehensive, tailor-made interior design and art works for both private homes and public premises.
Recently Hanna presented new editions of her classics ‘Duetto’ and ‘Encore’.
'Duetto 2' by Hanna Korvela
Duetto’s base is the geometrical rhythmic of two natural materials, paper yarn and cotton. In ‘Duetto 2′ the natural tone of the paper yarn has been replaced by pure white.
‘Duetto 2′ as well as ‘Encore 2′ is dust-free, durable and recyclable. As a cooperation product of Finnish Allergy and Asthma association, both carpets are perfect choices for allergic homes.
'Encore 2' by Hanna Korvela
more Hanna Korvela Design products @ Architonic
'Caméléon' by Rugs Couture
Rugs Couture is the international distributor for Carpet Sign, a Dutch manufacturer specialised on high-quality tufted rugs and carpets. With ‘Caméléon’ Carpet Sign demonstrates especially their knowledge in colour handling. The coulours are smoothly fading into another, the desired forms and gradation can be fully chosen by the customer. Caméléon is made of 100% worsted yarn.
more Rugs Couture products @ Architonic
'Shang' by CRS Paola Lenti
The Italian manufacturer Paola Lenti, which is famous for its sophisticated flooring and fabrics, presented a new collection of carpets this year in Milan. ‘Shang’ is a rug for interior and exterior environments. This exquisite rug is hand made with a two-colour Rope braid, a Paola Lenti signature material.
'Kaleidoscope' by Claesson Koivisto Rune
The Swedish designer trio Claesson Koivisto Rune created ‘Kaleidoscope’ – this rug consists of the repetition of one base module. With over 50 colours available, it is possible to create either floral or geometric patterns with a three-dimensional perspective.
'Loom' by Axel Russmeyer
‘Loom’ by the German designer Axel Russmeyer is a rug for interior and exterior environments.
Axel Russmeyer, well known for his exclusive and unique jewellery, enters the interior design world with this rug, a result of his technical knowledge and sense of proportion.
Flat braids in Paola Lenti’s signature Rope yarn are interwoven entirely by hand on silicone rings to create this precious contemporary object.
A three dimensional structure is created by using materials with different thickness and volume, giving it extraordinary strength while being as transparent as lace.
more Paola Lenti products @ Architonic
'Mangas' by Partricia Urquiola
Pattern, colours and textiles are her thing: GAN, Gandia Blasco’s carpet and textile brand, presented at the Salone in Milan the second collection designed by Patricia Urquiola.
A modular carpet system: 'Mangas' by Particia Urquiola
‘Mangas’ (engl. Sleeves) is based on a patchwork of different wool knits, to create a collection of various typologies with different shapes, going from Manga corta (short sleeve) to Manga de campana (bell-shaped sleeve). The result is a series of eight very special carpets, full of nuances, due to their variety of textures and colours.
'Mangas' by Patricia Urquiola
more Gandia Blasco products @ Architonic