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    Editor’s Picks for High Point 2018

    High Point Market brings together every product under the sun, it is where interior designers go to find the right furnishings for their projects and forge new connections.

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    Editor’s Picks for Milan 2018

    Known as the most influential design fairs in the world, Salone del Mobile is a show where many new collections are launched

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    COVER’s 50 Best Rugs: Rae by Joseph Carini Carpets

    For the 50th edition of COVER, we asked influential people in the world of handmade carpets to without prejudice name the best rug since the first issue 13 years ago. Interior designer Catherine Weinstock of CW Design, chose Rae by Joseph Carini Carpets.

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    From COVER 50: Brilliant Irreverent Deviant

    Artist Bjarne Melgaard’s subversive vulgarity of rebellious energy have been applied to rugs by Henzel Studio. COVER Assistant Editor Rachel Meek takes a look.

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    Introducing Domotex USA

    News of the first Domotex USA, set for Atlanta in February 2019, has people talking. COVER Editor Lucy Upward finds out more from the man in charge, Raymond Bianchi.

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    COVER’s 50 Best Rugs: Faig Ahmed chosen by Tammy Kanat

    For the 50th edition of COVER, we asked influential people in the world of handmade carpets to without prejudice name the best rug since the first issue 13 years ago.The fibre artist, Tammy Kant, chose Speech of Birds by Faig Ahmed.

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    Generation Next

    Cyrus Nazmiyal from Rug&Kilim asked his colleagues to share their vision of where we think the industry is going, how it continues to evolve, and their goals.

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    COVER’s 50 best rugs: Knots Rugs chosen by Vanessa Brady

    For the 50th edition of COVER, we asked influential people in the world of handmade carpets to without prejudice name the best rug since the first issue 13 years ago. The interior designer, Vanessa Brady chose “At The End Of The Day” by Knots Rugs.

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    ArchiFolds: origami textile architecture by Samira Boon Studio

    Samira Boon believes ‘textile is the future of architecture’. ArchiFolds is the result of her extensive, ongoing research in collaboration with Tilburg’s TextielLab in the Netherlands and Professor T. Tachi from the University of Tokyo.


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