The four designs in the collection were derived from a series of investigations in the relationship between weave structures, yarn material combinations, and the compounded texture of the woven material. The visual and tactile textures created in the rugs are a celebration of structure and material in a woven form. Four types of yarn are used - wool, paper, cotton, and polyester.

The design and art direction of the SUPERTEXTURES collection was commissioned by Singapore company The Rug Maker, and rugs were produced in Finland by VM-Carpet.
Booth design for the launch at Maison et Objet 2017

Hand-dyed yarn colour swatches
Sample yarns were dyed in a variety of greens, by mixing red, yellow, and blue dyes. Moss green (top right) was used in the GRID design.

Design of communication material
A set of marketing material, including a booklet and posters, were designed to communicate the conception and production process of the collection.

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