Bold perspective: Another Rug by &Tradition

Working with Copenhagen-based graphic design studio All the Way to Paris, Danish brand &Tradtion launched a new collection of contemporary Kilim rugs that are designed to resemble stairs. Working with woven textiles for the first time, ATWTP created a series of rugs with stripes of graduated color and contrasting one-sided fringes. Called “Another Rug,” the collection is manufactured using the ancient Kilim technique, a type of tapestry-woven rug from the Middle and Far East.

Using bands of graduated color, each rug depicts an endless stair portrayed from a perspective that gives it a depth. Produced in New Zealand wool and cotton, Another Rug is available in three different sizes and four different color combinations: Yellow Amber, Red Volcano, Green Jade and Blue Thunder.

&Tradition (formerly Unique Copenhagen) is a Danish design brand and manufacturer of modern lighting and furniture. It works with international designers, as well as reissuing design classics by a selection of the world’s most famous designers and architects including Verner Panton.

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ATWTP is a Copenhagen-based graphic design studio founded in 2004 by Petra Olsson Gendt and Tanja Vibe.

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