To celebrate a collaboration with Ralph Pucci that began ten years ago in 2002, award-winning designer David Weeks has debuted his first ever collection of rugs for Christopher Farr at the New York-based furniture gallery.
Using Weeks’ subtle mastery of curves, the Onda & Bulle rugs are richly layered to evoke depth
Inspired by artists like Diebenkorn and Giacometti, the rug designs draw on his background as an artist and sculptor as well as a designer/maker.
The Onda & Bulle rugs are part of a wider collection by Weeks that includes a new series of lighting as well as his first fiberglass chair. All pieces are exhibited as part of Weeks’ seventh show at Pucci.
The designs are each available in two color ways; a bright mix of warm red and orange hues or a more subdued blue, grey and brown palette. A limited edition of 10 of each color way have been produced.
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About the manufacturer: Founded in 1988 by Christopher Farr and Matthew Bourne, Christopher Farr is based in London and Los Angeles. The company has over twenty years experience producing bespoke carpets for private clients and institutions such Her Majesty’s Government, The Wellcome Trust, and Oxford and Cambridge universities. Christopher Farr has a portfolio of over 900 designs and a colour bank of over 1,000 shades and the company also collaborates with artists to create unique, site-specific works for collectors.
About the designer: David Weeks graduated from Rhode Island School of Design in 1990 after studying painting and sculpture. He relocated to New York City and established David Weeks Studio in 1996 in Brooklyn”s DUMBO neighborhood. The studio produces a diverse range of products including lighting, furniture, toys and tabletop items.