Posts tagged as 'Rug'
Posted by Susanne Fritz on 20.01.2013 - Tagged as: [d3] contest, BKS, felt, Rug
Fanions rug by BKS
The Fanions rug which was shown at young talents competition [D3] CONTEST at imm cologne plays with an optical illusion. Traditional rug fringes become modern graphic elements that give the impression of an axonometric projection.Therefore the rather flat felt surface gets a 3D look, that transforms the rug into a flying carpet.
Carpet Concept Acoustic System, Photo: Werner Huthmacher, Berlin
The Carpet Concept Acoustic System, CAS, has become a comprehensive aesthetic and functional spatial concept. CAS Carpets transform floors into acoustic performers for outstanding spatial comfort. CAS Objects consolidate that acoustic effectiveness with three-dimensional designs for walls, ceilings and spaces. Their tested quality and textile expressiveness set new standards in furnishings.
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Posted by Malgorzata Stankiewicz on 15.10.2012 - Tagged as: carpet, carpet concept, Germany, Rug
With next Gen, Carpet Concept is using parametric models in carpet development for the first time
With next Gen, Carpet Concept is using parametric models in carpet development for the first time. These models shape the correlation of the manufacture and the laying of carpets. Width sizes, cutting edge and repeating patterns are the factors that have been declined mathematically. These resulted in the model parameters whose creative definition was used to produce various designs…
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‘Nova’ carpet by Studio FRST for Chevalier édition
Consisting of four, variously-sized polygonal models, this collection of hand-knitted carpets has been designed by the French design duo Studio FRST. Manufactured by Parisian contemporary rug specialists Chevalier édition, ‘Nova’ series is made of 100 % wool and each of the multi-coloured pieces can be arranged and grouped in multiple combinations or used individually. (more…)
‘Tresse’ rug collection by Samuel Accoceberry for Chevalier édition
‘Tresse’ – French for ‘plait’, is a collection of bold, graphic patterned carpets recently created by Paris-based designer Samuel Accoceberry for a French contemporary rug specialists Chevalier édition. Available in variety of shapes, sizes and vivid colourways, the series has been hand-knotted in wool and silk. (more…)
'c1' rug from the 'Room moment' collection by detailF
Franziska Wernicke, a Rotterdam-based textile designer and founder of detailF design studio has realised this subdued, four-piece collection of New Zealand wool rugs called ‘room moment’. Comprising one rectangular and three circular versions, the series features a distinctive three-colour gradation which is accentuated by a delicate radial pattern emanating from an offset point. A complex, high-tech tufting technique has been used in the production of the series and the ‘c3’ model of the rug was exhibited and nominated for the ‘interior innovation award 2012’ at the imm cologne’s [D³] Contest. (more…)
'Aurelia' lamp by Bina Baitel, photo by Kleinefenn, courtesy of NextLevel Galerie
With her award-winning project ‘Pull-Over’, realised with the support of VIA (Promotion of Innovation in Furniture) in 2008, the Israel designer Bina Baitel presented a higly inventive floorlamp which is characterised by a luminous skin made from micro-perforated optical fibers connected to LEDs, passing through a layer of translucent silicone. The flexible skin can be unrolled over and over again through a simple movement in order to vary the light atmosphere.
The NextLevel Galerie in Paris dedicated its current exhibition to Bina Baitel’s work. The gallery is producing ‘Pull-Over’ lamp as well as Bina Baitel’s new Skins collection in limited edition. The exhibition runs from 16 September until 6 November, 2010.
'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