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The colorful ‘Levels’ rugs by Sylvain Willenz for Nodus use simple lines to suggest and play with form, depth and perception. A grid-like version projects an open structure, whereas another version puts forward a solid three-dimensional volume.
Made from coir, natural coconut fibre, Established&Sons’ abstract ‘Cuboid’ doormat design creates the illusion of three dimensions.
Norwegian designer Siren Elise Wilhelmsen has designed the ‘Season’ carpet – a heat sensitive rug, which changes its colour and pattern according to the temperature. The carpet is woven into a geometric pattern using three colours of wool, each with a different temperature sensitivity.
Patternity’s ‘Sunstripe Fairtrade Rug’ was made in collaboration with Made By Node and the Kumbeshwar Tecnical School Nepal. The bold monochrome design is a salutation to the sun which plays a key part in the making process, which sees the rugs arranged in neat lines a'top the Nepalese rooftops as part of traditional drying technique.