Rug Sculptures


Here we go with “The Tales of Vredehoek Avenue”, our beautiful home in Cape Town, South Africa. Featuring our Collection SPLASH MULTISHAPE and two of our first brand new COLLECTIBLES: The Coffee Table & The Cloudy Mirror. Both interpretations of the rug collection build up quotes and interpretations in the interior.

LOVE LOVE LOVE the concept, as it took me two years building up the interior based on the idea to give one of my most loved collection the space it needs to talk about its beauty and ability.

True contemporary rug art, hand knotted in Tibetan weave in the finest Chinese silk and best Tibetan highland wool. If you like to see more and understand more about our Collection Splash Multishape, please check out our website via Shop/Rug Sculpture/Spash Multishape. #rugstar

Introducing Splash Galileo in its latest avatar, UPCYCLED is the evolution of the Splash Galileo Multishape Collection. In this remarkable collection, each piece is a unique genuine work of art, emphasizing the rug’s status as a textile sculpture.

We achieve this by utilizing high-end leftover silk and Tibetan highland wool from our workshop in Nepal.
This concept embodies a spirit of kindness to nature while celebrating beauty at its absolute finest.
The outcome of this remarkable technique is a series of genuine one-of-a-kind RUG SCULPTURES.
This fusion of sustainability, craftsmanship, and artistic expression results in RUG SCULPTURES that are not only stunning but also conscious of our impact on the environment.

Splash Galileo Multisahpe UPCYCLED brings to life the idea that even in the realm of luxury and art,
we can be kind to nature and produce something truly exceptional.

This concept is a multi-faceted approach that involves intricate processing of high-end leftover silk.
We create texture by intertwining various dye techniques and layering them in multiple stages of the process.
The result is a dynamic and visually captivating fusion of colors and textures that make each piece a true masterpiece.

Taking these intricately textured silk and wool creations, we dive headfirst into the knotting process.
We use this fusion of colors and textures to craft spontaneous effects, much like a painter uses fresh paint to create a vibrant and dynamic painting.


On Sunday, June 16, 2023, we had the pleasure of visiting the “Enthüllt. Berlin und seine Denkmäler” exhibition at the Zitadelle Spandau in Berlin. It was our photographer, Michael Tewes, who recommended this remarkable exhibition to us, and we were truly amazed by what we discovered there. The Zitadelle Spandau houses a permanent collection of sculptures that were once scattered throughout different locations in Berlin. It was the perfect setting to showcase our new rug sculpture, the “Multishape Splash Galileo Collection.”

Ohh boy, that took me 3 years of consideration now, but now I am more than happy to introduce you to our new RUG STAR picture research and cycles “Epic Berlin”. Our new and audacious campaign embarks on a captivating journey to showcase our hand-knotted rugs and rug sculptures as awe-inspiring contemporary rug art, thoughtfully curated within 12 half-public spaces in the city of Berlin. Building upon our campaign “Intimacy Berlin”, which started in 2015 and ended during Corona in 2020, that intimately displayed our rugs in private homes and artist spaces, “Epic Berlin” now ventures boldly into the realm of half-public spaces, unveiling a new kind of storytelling dimension that ignites imagination and provokes profound thought.

With an ambitious scope, “Epic Berlin” is a meticulously planned visual research project that will unfold over 24 months, from July 2023 to July 2024, encompassing 12 distinct locations that pulsate with the vibrant urban and cultural aspects of the city we are living in. These exceptional spaces, carefully chosen and curated, will serve us as the striking backdrops for our extraordinary collection and stand for their extreme differences, trying to confront and aiming for confirmation, intimately connecting it with the city’s vibrant tapestry, with social and political fragments and spaces that symbolize a progression in context to passing time.

Stepping into the world of public and half-public spaces, our campaign ventures into uncharted territory, engaging the social, political, and historical dimensions that reverberate within these locales. In the compelling saga of “Epic Berlin,” each space serves as a canvas for a thought-provoking confrontation, inviting viewers to immerse themselves in the intricate interplay between contemporary rug art and the surroundings that bear the marks of time and human experience.

In the inaugural chapter, “Epic Berlin” 01, we delved into the enigmatic realm of monuments with profound historical significance, once celebrated in public but later relegated to the annals of time. A testament to the power of art and it’s evolving meaning, these spaces provided a poignant backdrop for our rug sculptures of the “Multishape Splash Galileo” Collection, sparking dialogue and contemplation about the passage of time, collective memory, and cultural heritage.