“Cutting becomes a process of creation instead of destruction,” explains textile designer Yuri Himuro of the inspiration behind her collection, Cultivate. Based on her innovative textile project Snip Snap — a jacquard pattern whose design only becomes apparent when the woven threads are snipped, revealing a double structure within the textile — Himuro explores the creative potential found in the act of cutting.
To create the rugs, cc-tapis translated Himuro’s novel jacquard weaving technique into an Indian flatweave. The nature of the design renders the rug infinitely customizable, allowing each owner to embrace the gesture of cutting, revealing colorful flatweave beneath the first layer of woolen threads. “The texture of each rug must be individually cultivated,” Himuro describes of her intention. The opportunity to personalize each rug, she believes, will bring joy to people and create a sense of emotional attachment towards their belongings.
Ombra, an immersive experiment with shadow, where objects and the imagination float or even fly.
In 2020 the fluttery plumage of cc-tapis’ Feathers Collection will include 3 new species: Feathers Rectangular, Feathers Freeform big and Feathers Runner.
A special project developed for Schloss Hollenegg for Design, Swarm is the new rug by French-born and British based designer Marlène Hussioud, inspired by the world of insects.
A captivating composition of color and pattern comes alive in Patricia Urquiola’s latest collection for cc-tapis, Patcha.
A collection that explores the visual displacement of volume, rugs that shift, push and pull their boundaries, breaking traditional shapes and spaces, responding to the objects around them.
Mae Engelgeer’s Mindscape collection investigates gesture in the digital realm, exploring spatial and architectural gestures.
We are proud to present our latest collaboration with London based designer Bethan Gray, the Inky Dhow rug.
Our best-selling rug Segni Minimi by Giuseppe di Costanzo has been developed into a collection. 6 new designs which have been deeply influenced by the designer and architects home town: Naples.
Venus Power, a sign of life, a Manifesto signed by Patricia Urquiola.
Lines by Philippe Malouin Lines began through experimenting and sketching with wax crayons.
The Stroke collection was really about creating a singular gesture as a rug. A simple brush stroke which highlights the extraordinary craftsmanship of woven rugs.