Designer projects

Our carpets carter to many needs. Whether you are looking to enhance a residential project by adding colour and texture, or seek robust flooring for a commercial project. A plethora of yarns, colours and finishings combined with an agile manufacturing guarantees that you will be able to translate your vision into a delightful result.

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David Smulders - YESTERDAY IS GONE

The carpet designed by David Smulders is called Yesterday is gone. A carpet that ‘lives’ in the present. The triangle present in the design is a symbol and sun sign representing divinity, fire, life, the heart, ascension, prosperity and harmony. Usually a work arises from the search for balance and harmony, something he learned from his training as a graphic artist. He mainly gets his inspiration from music that can stimulate him personally to discover the balance in lines and colors.

Axelle Vertommen - Villa Tapis

In collaboration with BOMAT, Axelle Tapis designed Lazuli, a carpet that masterfully translates the characteristics of 1930s modernism into a contemporary aesthetic. The striking geometric pattern is inspired by the interior of Villa Cavrois and creates an inviting playfulness with its sober and architectural volumes.

As in this modernist house by the architect Robert Mallet-Stevens, polychromy is an inherent part of the design. Axelle’s use of colour was inspired by that of Le Corbusier, for which the Polychromie Architecturale was a useful tool. This range of colours, composed in 1931 and 1959, can be combined harmoniously. With its 180 cm by 250 cm, the carpet is a real eye-catcher in any room. The material and finish are also of the highest quality. The carpet was expertly hand tufted and only 100% New Zealand wool was used. The differentiated pile heights ensure a difference in experience per colour area and strengthen the composition.

Atelier Leda - AN ODE TO THE PAST

Atelier Leda’s tapestry originated from collages that Leda made during the spring of 2020. The series arose on the one hand from a healthy dose of free time, and on the other from a love of starting the design phase from drawings and paper. The translation of the paper into the tufted carpet is an ode to Leda’s childhood.

As a child, she always played on a carpet belonging to her father, which in retrospect became the thread that ran through her childhood imagination. Each colour had its own function and stimulated her imagination again and again. A beautiful memory and experience that Leda wants to share with the outside world. A carpet that connects different generations. A playground for young people to let their imagination run wild. For design lovers, an eye-catcher for the interior.


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