Car­pet

Condé Nast House & Garden - - MILAN REPORT -

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

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