Handmade custom rug
Developed for the Lewis Arts Complex at Princeton University designed by Steven Holl which opened it's doors to students in the Fall of 2017.
Morton Feldman Rug: The “Morton Feldman rug” (2015) was inspired by American composer Morton Feldman’s musical score. It was originally developed as one of nine custom carpets for Steven Holl Architects’ Lewis Arts Complex at Princeton University, which opened its doors to students in the Fall of 2017. The complex, which combines theater, music and dance, consists of three separate buildings that are integrated into an 8,000-square-foot forum below ground. Each of the three building’s interiors was developed uniquely, and the nine rugs were designed for specific spaces within. The original “Morton Feldman Carpet” sits on the top floor of the Music Building in an informal gathering space between individual practice rooms. The Music Building is developed according to an idea of “suspension. ” Above the large orchestral rehearsal room, the individual practice rooms are suspended on steel rods. Acoustically separate, these individual wooden chambers have a resonant quality.
Quality A (125. 000 knots / sqm approx. )