Strangely intriguing textures, styles and composition marked a rug revolution that seems on a big roll. Headlining at Rossana Orlandi was Lebanese designer
Nada Debs, who showcased her ‘You & I’ rug collection, among many other products. Heritage Afghani handlooming married contemporary design and, notably, an atypical shape that commands a natural seating arrangement around it. Where the overlap occurs, the patterns and depth vary, creating distinctive characteristic configurations.
clockwise, from right Nada debs on the ‘Love triangle’ carpet; tapis rouge, another carpet installation at rossana orlandi; ‘too square for me’ rug by Nada debs