cc-tapis 'Visioni A' Rug, designed by Patricia Urquiola

Visioni A, designed by Patricia Urquiola features bold geometric shapes artfully positioned to create a stunning 3D effect. An unprecedented synthesis between an age-old technique and abstract graphics. ⠀

Known for her masterful manipulation of colour and shade, Sabine Marcelis’ rug for cc-tapis is a work of art. The Stroke rug features a gradient of colour saturation and pile height, mirroring the three-dimensionality and irregular pigment of a stroke of paint.


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Known for her masterful manipulation of colour and shade, Sabine Marcelis debuts her new collection: Stroke. 

The Stroke rug features a gradient of colour saturation and pile height, mirroring the three-dimensionality and irregular pigment of a stroke of paint. The ridges and valleys a painter relies on to build intensity are rendered in dyed wool, highlighting the thoughtful craftsmanship present in each CC-Tapis creation.

Each room is envisioned as a blank canvas and the rug as the singular gesture onto which one builds a composition. Starting from these domestic associations, Marcelis considers the expressive potential of everyday life.

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Photographed here is the Bliss Ultimate Big rug, designed by Mae Engelgeer. Born from an experiment with bold rounded shapes and curves, this rug creates a sophisticated textile landscape with a variety of pile-heights produced in Himalayan wool and pure silk. A design so dense you can, as the designer says, “get lost in the bliss.”

Faye Toogood’s ‘Doodles’ rug collection has an overarching aesthetic that is painterly, abstract and free-thinking as they respond to Toogood’s preoccupation through her work to ‘tinker’ and intuitively explore new styles without boundaries.⠀


cc-tapis 'Doodles' Rug, designed by Faye Toogood

cc-tapis 'Bliss Ultimate Big' Rug, designed by Mae Engelgeer

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