Three carpets by Chinese luxury brand, Tai Ping, made using complex hand tufting techniques and the world’s finest fibres.
May 14th, 2015
The Andre Fu Collection blends an array of complex techniques with design sensitivity to create rugs of surprising and sophisticated textures. Using only the finest fibres—wool, silk, cashmere—the collection combines pile heights and yarn thicknesses with highly complex hand-tufting techniques to create rugs equivalent to haute couture.
Inspired by traditional Japanese decorative arts and costumes, and the synonymous seasons, The Haiku Collection, meld Eastern traditions with Western aesthetic trends, resulting in a versatile collection of motifs in colours that reflect contemporary fashion and home design.
A tribute to purity and minimalism, Chroma illustrates unpredictable drops and splashes of colour atop gradient hues that celebrate the gestural abstraction and authenticity of painting. The rugs become canvas for the exploration of free and controlled hand motion, creating contrast between vibrant hues and austere backgrounds.
All rug sizes are customisable.
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