July 30, 2018

Market: Marketscape: Flooring

Bruit by La Manufacture Cogolin.

Designer: Julie Richoz for La Manufacture Cogolin

Product: Bruit

Standout: The hole-punched cards that automate the complex patterns in jacquard weaving fascinate the designer, who made the raffia rug using the technique.

Land of Shadows by Kosmos Project.

Designer: Ewa Bochen and Maciej Jelski of Kosmos Project

Product: Land of Shadows

Standout: With serial numbers that include the year of production, these wool-polyamide rugs are designed by algorithm generated from personal data, making each unique.

Lotus by Stepevi. 

Designer:  Begüm Cânâ Özgür for Stepevi

Product: Lotus

Standout: The designer’s precisely cut wool-viscose rug starts flat, and then folds, like its namesake yoga position, into a three-dimensional seat.

Radix by Warp & Weft.

Designer: George Yabu and Glenn Pushelberg for Warp & Weft

Product: Radix

Standout: The pattern of this indoor-outdoor polypropylene rug by the Yabu Pushelberg founders and Interior Design Hall of Fame members was sparked by angular city blocks.

Dotty Hex by Grow House Grow.

Designer: Katie Deedy of Grow House Grow

Product: Dotty Hex

Standout: Handmade cement tiles inspired by the whimsical dress fashions of 1940’s Cuba are water-cured rather than fired.

Silhouette by Maharam.

Designer: Hella Jongerius for Maharam

Product: Silhouette

Standout: Jongeriuslab’s block-color wool rug comprised of shaggy
thick and thin yarns is fringed in a mélange of sympathetic tones.

Stripe by Hem.

Designer: Arthur Arbesser for Hem

Product: Stripe

Standout: A rule-breaking combination of horizontal and vertical stripes in New Zealand wool wows in black, anthracite, and tangerine.

Terrazze by Mohebban Milano.

Designer: Elena Caponi for Mohebban Milano

Product: Terrazze

Standout: The set designer’s photographs of Milan led to an architectural wool-cotton rug connected by zigzag stitching and embellished with fringe.

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