Kosmos Project’s playful kilim appeals to both adults and children making it the perfect choice for a wide range of environments, from schools to residential projects.
Handmade in natural wool, the kilim is part of a wider collection by the studio that celebrates Polish culture and traditional seasonal festivals. They explain, “We believe that returning to our roots can show us the way of creating the future.”
The kaleidoscopic design features a range of abstract animals that reference Polish folklore. As well as being used on the floor, the kilim can also be hung as a decorative tapestry on the wall.
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About the designers: Set up in 2006 by Ewa Bochen and Maciej Jelski, Kosmos Project is a contemporary design studio based in Warsaw, Poland. Their projects are inspired by observations of modern society. The studio specializes in interior, product, exhibition and graphic design.