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Braided Rugs by Samuel Accoceberry

Braided Rugs by Samuel Accoceberry

Samuel Accoceberry, french designer presents us his collection of carpets Plait for the publishing house Knight, playing braiding and crafts.

Realized entirely by hand according to traditions observed by Knight since 1918, each room is customizable, so you can define the number and shape of each of the braids dessinees.

Colors, shapes, materials, density, a scientist mixing propelling craft and expertise at the heart of creation.

The words of the designer:

» The idea of ​​this project was, through the carpet, to emphasize the notion of weaving, wire tied, work by hand. The design of this rug takes the concept to make it a strong element. Furthermore, the idea is that the carpet changes shape and graphics depending on its size, and therefore that the braiding fits. Thus the carpet becomes a polymorphic object.»

Braided Rugs by Samuel Accoceberry
Braided Rugs by Samuel Accoceberry
Braided Rugs by Samuel Accoceberry
Braided Rugs by Samuel Accoceberry
Braided Rugs by Samuel Accoceberry
Braided Rugs by Samuel Accoceberry
Braided Rugs by Samuel Accoceberry
Braided Rugs by Samuel Accoceberry

Creation presented at Maison Objet 2012.

More information on this designer: Samuel Accoceberry

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Comments: 8

  1.  
    Sol Landry 

    J’adooore in general work and here the concept of Samuel Accoceberry but its design reminds me of Francesco Saroglia (just kidding)

     

  2.  
    Mumssweetpea 

    We are still here in the modular. As I neologicien: one is in the Modular time .J’adooore the artistic direction of Stephan Chevalier edition Lanez who blows, with its carpets, the boundaries between. typologies Coffee table with his unlimited edition.

    with the seat in the carpet Duchauffour Lawrence in a very limited edition 5ex which reredesign and appropriates a concept already seen.

     

  3.  
    Loyde Davies 

    How to clean the image of french FORT carpet communicating on DESIGN IN FRANCE, PARIS IN DESIGN, DESIGN BY. MADE IN TIBET, not a MADE IN CHINA.

     

  4.  
    ItsGonnaBeOkay 

    ANSWER has Candyves.
    This brilliant contributor, wrote in a blog pro?
    «What fly has picnic Sam Accoceberry! (Just kidding I like his work) I hesitate between a fag carpet:

    And the Japanese garden, + small rake sand…. »
    Here is my answer, the styling of the fag has carpet that makes sense in relation to the mat and the history of the company editrice .and for the Japanese garden, + small rake sand when it’s Nendo and 15 designers is better?

     

  5.  
    Marlizeth 

    idee? concept? shape?
    As Samuel Accoceberry uses many word idea, comes back to me that Michele de Lucchi Philippe Nigro disaitde: Philippe too heavily, too crout in good ideas. We do not necessarily good products with good ideas and vice versa. «Philippe’s design is too idealistic,» «He Believes in good ideas too much. In my experience I know that good ideas are not Necessarily good products, and vice versa. And good products are not Necessarily good design. This is share of the paradox of the market. «It might sccm like a truism, purpose in an age WHERE a new generation of designers sccm intent on setting up on Their Own as soon as They Have a design in production it’s a healthy reminder That it’s not always easy to survive. «The market is Overwhelming everything, designers are share of the market,» continued De Lucchi. «We are Chosen and rejected products so as we-have to live inside this system — it is not so bad In Some ways. It Can Be badly Interpreted purpose this is the world, we are not walking on the green grass never touched by anybody. «Diversifying has-beens De Lucchi’s way of surviving the market and at 60 he is as in demand as 20 years ago, fresh out of Memphis «failure». The five-storey studio and employed 42 is testament to His success.
    «The idea of ​​this project was, through the carpet, to emphasize the notion of weaving, wire tied, work by hand. The design of this rug takes the concept to make it a strong element. Furthermore, the idea is that the carpet changes shape and graphics depending on its size, and therefore that the braiding fits. Thus the carpet becomes a polymorphic object. «.
    By adding the text of Samuel Accoceberry, presses relationships and matters blogs .on is far from defining the concept of Samuel He who defines the concept of this carpet will all my consideration.

     

  6.  
    Greg Markwell 

    Ay to help you see clearly, see the puzzle carpet designer Lithuanian Neuris Kalinauskas Imperial Rug.

     

  7.  
    Paolo Standing 

    DESIGN IS A GAME.
    swatter has old rugs braided wicker.

    Circuit carpet Big Game.

     

  8.  
    isu_mama 

    DESIGN IS A GAME.
    «Design is a game» Pascal Bauer.
    «Design is a game of chess between the creator and the customer. In the end, everyone has to win, «Patrick Jouin.
    «For me, design is a joyful game of the known and the unknown. »
    Jorg Holtje Studio Hausen.
    «Design is a game of seduction» Claudio D’Amore.
    To the question «Why do you designate» Starck answers: «To pass the time, waiting to be large and have a real job.» Manner said that for him, the design is a set of child.
    The endless list of products Starck signs abundantly testifies. Nothing he did touch any territory he has explored, no matter or machine he has a Product folded his will. «Gilles de Bure, journalist.
    Finally Starck has never drawn carpet himself yet «Design is an I» Prof Z.

     

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