London is an eternal source of inspiration to Tom Dixon. Industrial Landscape mirrors the original London with all the raw, sometimes even rough, elements making up the city. Now available locally through agents KBAC.
Posted by Ege carpets on Wednesday, 6 February 2019
Aged and patinated by the passage of time, through which the weather, people and industry have left their marks on the materials and thereby created a continuous development of new expressions. This is the essence of Industrial Landscape.
Introducing the new designs, Coal and Iron, the collection interprets two important industrial pillars. While Coal reflects the dark and mysterious substance that powered the Industrial Revolution, the Iron design imitates the gradual disintegration of the oxidized metal surface that generates a random hued patination.
Besides that, the collection consists of five other patterns: The Smoke design visualises the fumes from factories and workshops, while Wash is inspired by the white paste that temporarily covers shop windows during renovation. In Blur, the distorted city reflects in transient bits of water, while Tide shows the ever-changing sediments of the tidal River Thames. As the seventh and final design, Brick symbolises the London bricks visible all over the townscape.
What can you expect?
- 7 designs
- Recolouring option
- No minimum order
- Complies with standard EN 1307
- 24-hour sample service
- Dispatch within 2 weeks from receipt of order
- Part of the Highline concept
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