Monday, 7 June 2010

A Fun Door on the Floor by Christopher Farr

We get extremely excited about the colours, artists and designers from Christopher Farr and really impressed how 1930’s designs from Gunta Stölzl can look so contemporary. However what called our attention today, was the rug above, created by Gary Hume a British designer from Kent. With this rug, according to the company, metaphor and irony go hand in hand. He saw that a thoughtful examination of the process of rug making, as well as the precise hand-carving of the two circles and rectangles of the design, was necessary in order to produce perfect proportion and tone. The result is a sublimely beautiful one colour rug which at first glance reveals simple geometry and play of light, along with shadows cast by relief elements. Then the fun begins... We can help you find the best deals on Christopher Farr creative rugs.


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