Cut-Out Rug Sprinkles

by Studio M Studio Sweden

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The shapes of the rugs are irregular, the dimensions listed are the longest and widest measurements.
Dimension LxWxH (cm): 124x108x2, 126x126x2, 140x126x2
Unique Pieces Material : 100% New Zealand wool
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“Cut-Out Rug” is a concept where the rug is questioned as a functional or aesthetic object in our home. A project that wants to challenge the traditional rug and invite new movement patterns in the room and create a connection between the rug and the floor. By removing the inner part of the carpet, it frames the floor and its traditional place in the home is challenged by the fact that the underlying surface contributes to a different perception of space.

“Cut-Out Rug Sprinkles” is a series of three hand-tufted rugs, in three different color combinations that can be put together or used separately:

Pink & Yellow (140x126x2)
Yellow & Green (126x126x2)
Green & Blue (124x108x2)

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About the designer

Studio M is a small studio based in Malmö (Sweden). It is run by Mia Hultgren, a Swedish artist, and designer. Her practice is cross-disciplinary with a focus on textile. The work is driven by the process of making, a hands-on practice that allows a playful and experimental approach, pushing and challenging the limitations and possibilities of materials and techniques. Always with a focus on color, material, textures, and tactility.

Mia holds a Master\'s from The Royal College of Art (2018) and a Bachelor\'s from The Royal Danish Academy of Design (2015). She has international experience and her work has been shown in exhibitions in London, Copenhagen, and Malmö.

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In the highlands of the Andes, a group of women alpaca herders and artisans are leading the way for a sustainable and inclusive future. In collaboration with ADORNO and IED, Las Manuelas is presenting their most ambitious textile collection yet, the "Art Series", designed by highly acclaimed international artists.