Tom Dixon's urban landscape-inspired carpet line for Ege
It seems that architecture and cities provide an endless inspiration for Tom Dixon lately. After his London-inspired tile collection, the (probably) biggest designer alive came out with yet another flooring solution, also taking references to the urban landscape of the British capital. Dixon worked together with Danish carpet manufacturer Ege, to create a series of densely-patterned rugs, featuring motifs found around the city. Bricks, railways, paving slabs appear in oversized patterns across a variety of woven textile. Besides recalling the built environment, the waves of the Thames and smoke rising from chimneys are also present in an abstract yet still-recognisable form.
The collection, without doubt, has a strong industrial feel about it, which is somewhat warmed up by the muted colours used, and the softness of the material itself. With the Industrial Landscape series, Dixon intended to depict scenes from the flow of building and erosion, and he did so by capturing a momentary status of these organic processes that set a city in constant motion. The wide range of patterns are available in either carpet tile or woven carpet form, allowing customers create their own combinations.
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