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Fringe rug

Kvadrat – Daniel Costa

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Fringe Rug Daniel Costa
Fringe Rug Daniel Costa

The Fringe rug is made by weaving brightly coloured wool yarns with two different shades of grey: a charcoal and a lighter smoky colour. The result is by turns bold and sober, as the primary colours merge into monochrome blocks. The raw grey tones are visible at the edges in a long fringe that gives the rug its name. "The fresh colours and fringed construction make it a perfect choice for the home," comments Parisian designer Daniel Costa. 

in stock rugs for fast delivery

Fringe Rug Daniel Costa
Fringe Rug Daniel Costa

Color 0422 – 180 x 240 cm

Color 0422 – 200 x 300 cm

Fringe Rug Daniel Costa
Fringe Rug Daniel Costa

Color 0192 – 180 x 240 cm

Color 0192 – 200 x 300 cm

customize your rug

You can order a square, rectangular or round rug. The order unit is the square decimeter (10 x 10 cm). For example, if you want a rectangular rug measuring 120 x 130 cm, you'll need to order 12 x 13 = 156 units. 

If you want a round rug, you need to order the equivalent of the square rug containing your round rug. For example, for a Ø120 cm rug, you'd need to order the equivalent of a 120 x 120 cm rug, i.e. 144 units.

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Fringe rug unit (1 square decimeter)

Free samples (against deposit)

Fringe Rug Daniel Costa
Fringe Rug Daniel Costa
Fringe Rug Daniel Costa

0192

0422

0622

Fringe Rug Daniel Costa
Fringe Rug Daniel Costa

0722

0922

Matière 100% pure New Zealand wool
Product method Hand woven

Weight 1400g/m2 THickness 5mm Maximum Size 400 x 1000 cm
Country of origin India
Technical specifications

Daniel Costa

Daniel Costa

Daniel Costa is a South-Tyrolean interdisciplinary designer, artist and photographer living and working in Paris. He graduated cum Laude from the Design Academy Eindhoven (Men and Leisure) in 2012. After his graduation he worked for 5 years as the creative assistant of the renowned trend-forecaster Lidewij Edelkoort gaining insights into different industries and disciplines, notably the luxury industries, retail, interior and education.

 

Daniel Costa had been lecturing around the world on textile, design and lifestyle trends as well as giving workshops on different internationally renowned schools such as Parsons. He also works as a textile designer, interior advisor and as creative consultant.