News & Events: July 2013

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    Timezone Rug by Four O Nine

    The Timezone rug was designed by architects Andrei Zerebecky and Lukasz Kos, who run their design practice Four O Nine in Shanghai. The duo comment “With the Timezone rug our fascination with human made patterns on the earth’s surface examines non-physical markings

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    Upcycling: Hoses to Houses

    What happens to old decommissioned fire hoses? Well, in the US California-based Oxgut Hose Company are turning them into interior products like rugs, chairs, hammocks, glasses cases and slippers

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    Cloud Collection by Humberto Damata

    Brazilian designer Humberto Damata has designed a collection of seating in which striped cotton material is irregularly woven and intertwined like basketry to create a comfortable place to sit

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    Little Factory Creates Typographic Textiles

    The making of a font is a structural process, using many grids and graphs to balance the various elements of the letter’s formation. Little Factory, based in Hong-Kong, create scarves, placemats and coasters, all inspired by typeface

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    Dana Finnigan Surface Pattern

    Dana Finnigan is a Glasgow-based textile designe studio specialising in surface pattern design and interior textiles. The company describes its style as “masculine collage” and the work is influenced by both Art Nouveau and Art Deco

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    Punk Rug by Rosemary Hallgarten

    To coincide with the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s current ‘Punk: Chaos to Culture’ exhibition English born rug designer Rosemary Hallgarten designed her new Punk Rug

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    cc-tapis Debut at Poliform UK

    Down at the Design Centre in Chelsea Harbour Poliform UK, will take the opportunity to launch a collection of carpets by Italian rug brand cc-tapis, during London Design Week


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