ARBITRARY RUG – Jan. 2018
ARBITRARY RUG is a modulares Object designed by Lyk Carpet x Nadine Goepfert.
Arbitrary Rug is a carpet consisting of 7 abstract shaped, hand knotted, vegetable-dyed modules.
Crafted in highest production quality, each module appears in a different traditional knotting technique and hence distinctive tactility.
All modules are connectable with each other, they can be arranged separately or in various, diverse combinations. All 7 modules allow more than 30 compositions.
The pieces are provided with a simple, invisible connection system on the backside. The carpet is suitable for wall and floor.
Eure Mareike Lienau
Material: 100% hand-spun Tibetan highland wool
Execution: hand-knotted, vegetable-dyed Tibetan highland wool,
Thanks Nadine Göpfert (www.nadinegoepfert.com), Thanks hellome.studio for the photography and pulpo (Mila / Sebastian Herkner).