cc-tapis at IMM Cologne and Maison Objet

New rugs designed by Elena Salmistraro, Leonardo Talarico, EligoStudio

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cc-tapis at IMM Cologne and Maison Objet
12/01/2018 - In January 2018 cc-tapis will be presenting new projects and a new stand concept at two of the most distinguished design fairs: IMM Cologne and Maison Objet Paris. 3 new designs by young and dynamic Italian designers: Elena Salmistraro, Leonardo Talarico and Domenico Rocca & Alberto Nespoli of EligoStudio.
cc-tapis @ Imm Cologne 2018 - Photo by Andrea Bartoluccio

cc-tapis @ Imm Cologne 2018 - Photo by Andrea Bartoluccio

CARTESIO and CARTESIO OUTLINE by Elena Salmistraro
Rugs are transformed into two-dimensional universes inhabited by geometric shapes, just like in the novel Flatland, the fantastic story in multiple dimensions, written by Reverend Edwin A. Abbott in 1884. Triangles, lines, circles and squares overlap, meet and collide becoming conscious of eachother, just as they do in the novel, unaware of the colors and the magic they hold.
The collection has two faces; one more tactile and “rough”, the other softer and lighter, one more intense and crowded, the other sober and sublime. A series of rugs which play with contrast exphasizing duality and the craftsmanship involved in their creation.
 
METROQUADRO COLLECTION
The new contract collection from cc-tapis. Contemporary patterns and geometric motifs created with rich materials and artisanal production. A collection which gives the freedom to create rugs with the sizes, materials and colors of your choice, with delivery in 6 to 8 weeks.
cc-tapis @ Imm Cologne 2018 - Photo by Andrea Bartoluccio

cc-tapis @ Imm Cologne 2018 - Photo by Andrea Bartoluccio

CAMPO, CAMPO UNDYED by Leornardo Talarico - METROQUADRO COLLECTION
A design which plays with the idea of superimposed layers and was inspired from a bird’s-eye view of wheat fields, hence the name “Campo”, which in Italian means field. A playful rug that combines a low flatweave, a high-pile and a clever design creating the effect that there are two rugs overlapping, but don’t let your eye’s deceive you - Campo is one single rug.
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ORIZZONTI by EligoStudio - METROQUADRO COLLECTION
Orizzonti, the new rugs designed by Domenico Rocca and Alberto Nespoli by EligoStudio, inspired by nature. A unique design with various color combinations – Selva(forest), Tundra, Tramonto(sunset), Duna(dune), Campo di Grano(field of wheat) – reference classic and traditional Italian tapestries, reinterpreted with a pixilation technique in vegetal-silk and Himalayan wool, developed by the cc-tapis artisans.
Contemporary rugs with bright colors and a linear composition.
 


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CAMPO, CAMPO UNDYED by Leornardo Talarico

CAMPO, CAMPO UNDYED by Leornardo Talarico

ORIZZONTI by EligoStudio

ORIZZONTI by EligoStudio

CARTESIO OUTLINE by Elena Salmistraro

CARTESIO OUTLINE by Elena Salmistraro

CARTESIO by Elena Salmistraro

CARTESIO by Elena Salmistraro

CAMPO, CAMPO UNDYED by Leornardo Talarico

CAMPO, CAMPO UNDYED by Leornardo Talarico

ORIZZONTI by EligoStudio

ORIZZONTI by EligoStudio

CARTESIO OUTLINE by Elena Salmistraro

CARTESIO OUTLINE by Elena Salmistraro

CAMPO, CAMPO UNDYED by Leornardo Talarico

CAMPO, CAMPO UNDYED by Leornardo Talarico

CARTESIO by Elena Salmistraro

CARTESIO by Elena Salmistraro

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