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Eden Falcon Original on GreyBeige WS

Our contemporary rug art Falcon is produced in Rajasthan, India as a hand-knotted Persian weave in 11/11 knot quality in a nice blend of wool and silk. The surface comes in a high/low texture, where we oxidize particular wool fields to create a topography of material and texture.

1.650,00 € per m²

Eden Falcon Original on GreyBeige WS

Our contemporary rug art Falcon is produced in Rajasthan, India as a hand-knotted Persian weave in 11/11 knot quality in a nice blend of wool and silk. The surface comes in a high/low texture, where we oxidize particular wool fields to create a topography of material and texture.

1.650,00 € per m²
Knot origin Persian weave
Material70% wool 30% silk
Surface Oxidized pile
Color #White #Green #Grey #Beige
Style #AnimalPrint #Landscape #Modern #Storytelling #Textured
Size Choose an option
incl. 19% VAT
incl. 19% VAT

    SKU: CM-EDFAOR-GG-WSPE-OX
    250cm-x-300cm
    12.375,00

    Nicht vorrätig

    274cm-x-365cm
    16.500,00

    Nicht vorrätig

    305cm-x-427cm
    21.450,00

    Nicht vorrätig

     

    DESCRIPTION

    I like working with naturalistic themes when composing new designs for my rugs and therefore often find myself inspired by the animal kingdom. I just love monkeys, tigers, butterflies, or Koi carps - for me, animal motion and existence itself are allegoric to themes found in architecture. Monkeys like to have a good stretch and come up with the most peculiar contortions and yet, these never seem out of place. Fish tend to draw the observer's glance across a textile surface in a gliding motion. Large insects on the other hand, always take me back to the days of complex illustrations inside those textbooks of my childhood. A romantic representation of a distant memory of days long gone by. These days, the illustration of motion has become the leitmotif of many of my design drafts. Numerous of RUG STAR's themes provide a stage to a host of rather expressive thespians - animals. The most charming creatures found on earth. This collection is titled "Eden", as I do admit to being a bit of a romanticist myself.