A new collection of felt rugs designed by the Florence based design studio ZPSTUDIO. The set of three different themes is inspired by both urban landscapes and biomorph abstract figures, as an interpretation of this most ancient craft tradition. Have a look at the rugs here →
Our new collection by Swedish design studio Schiller Reuber contains three rug designs with an inverted pattern. Thanks to the design every piece of felt is used in the production, making the rug even more sustainable. The double sided rugs offer variation and give the possibility to change the atmosphere of the room in a subtle way. Have a look at the rugs here →
CAROLINE WILLIAMSON Peace Industry Introduces Fall Collection With Four Independent Designers Peace Industry, a brand that specializes in Iran-made felt rugs, recently partnered with four independent designers for their Fall 2017 collection, including Alison Damonte, Hinterland Design, Raha Raissnia, and Disc Interiors. The rug collaborations show new, modern approaches to the age-old techniques of felt making through experimentation. Take a look.
COALESSE INSPIRING DESIGN: HOW CUSTOM MATERIALS ENRICH THE WORKPLACE If natural felt is your thing, rest your eyes on these custom felt covers for the Turnstone Buoy, featured in Coalesse’s NeoCon 2017 showroom. Coalesse is collaborating with San Francisco-based Peace Industry to co-design handmade felt area rugs and coordinating Buoy covers.
GARRICK RAMIREZ The Mission’s eye-catching design destinations After discovering felted lamb’s wool rugs, a handmade nomadic tradition that predates weaving, Melina and Dodd Raissnia established a workshop to give the lost craft a stylish reboot. Their dense, tactile rugs, dyed in warm earth tones, resemble large modernist paintings. Remnants get a second life in the form of choobs, felt poufs named after the Farsi word for “log.” The shop owners plan to follow up their recent Heath collaboration with a series featuring local designer Alison Damonte and architecture-design firm Marmol Radziner. 2235 Mission St.,