• MEMORIES

    The four subjects that make up this collection could be defined as a oneiric collage where memories, images, colors come together. Each carpet is a story made of details that take us into a metaphysical world where reality and dream become a new age, romantic and melancholic polychrome tale. A poetic collection, furthermore a personal reading which each time suggests a new story that is up to us to discover.

    Design by: Pietro Ferruccio Laviani

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  • WILD VIBRATIONS

    The “Wild Vibrations” carpet is a tribal and secessionist inspiration, it depicts the banks of a fierce river with heady reflections and swirls.

    Design by: Sacha Walckhoff

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  • PARADISO

    The rug depicts an imaginary landscape where nature plays with geometrical shapes. Some birds fly through this mysterious landscape. Balancing realism with abstraction, this series of 3 colorways melds meticulous detail of botanical with free geometrical forms.

    Design by: Charlotte Juillard

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  • TOUCH THE SKY

    Above is below and below is above. By using a modern twist on this ceiling fresco Magnus plays with inverting the perspectives.

    Design by: Magnus Gjoen

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  • PLUME

    The freedom of floating in mid-air with the power of a pair of delicate tools. A cluster of softness, an armour of colours and textures, a cloak to allure and protect.
    A close-up, macro view of delicate feather forms is the inspiration behind the Plume collection of rugs.
    The colour schemes chosen carefully to evoke a premium and timeless quality while at the same time they abide by a contemporary design aesthetic. Delicate lines layered over block colours create vibrant or softer contrasts and the density of their repetition creates eye catching

    Design by: StudioLav

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  • ARCIMBOLDO

    The four subjects that make up this collection could be defined as a oneiric collage where memories, images, colors come together. Each carpet is a story made of details that take us into a metaphysical world where reality and dream become a new age, romantic and melancholic polychrome tale. A poetic collection, furthermore a personal reading which each time suggests a new story that is up to us to discover.

    Design by: Pietro Ferruccio Laviani

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  • BUBBLE WANDS

    This pattern is hand painted with digital tablet
    It is an abstract pattern inspired from a pair of giant bubble wands dropped onto tufty grass. A closer look revels a vibrating background composed of multicolour dots to refer to random colour of grass stalks.

    Design by: Laureline Galliot

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  • BIOPHILIC PORTALS

    Biophilia, according to a theory of the biologist E.O. Wilson, is an innate and genetically determined affinity of human beings with the natural world. With these rugs, we imagine ourselves in a new interior of a house amongst the trees, from which we gaze upon the future green city. A forest of utopic perfection where human beings and nature coexist in symbiosis in peace and balance.

    Design by: Lanzaveccia + Wai

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  • ZEPHYR

    A sense of limitless horizon is what this collection suggests. Treated as an abstract landscape made of large moving areas, the colors are superimposed and impregnate with solar warmth to conjure different moments of the day from dawn to dusk.

    Design by: Amellie Lengrand

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  • CITY

    With City rug we tried to put under our feet the perspective of an Italian Renaissance square with its buildings and its bell tower. A small Pienza, one of the most important examples of Italian 15th century town planning.

    Design by: Bellavista & Piccini

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  • NEST

    The Nest series defines a comforting space, like a refuge. Its vibrant cosmos with touches of bright color comes alive with movement. Its constant flow circulating in a loop lights up in areas and takes on luminous reflections.

    Design by: Clementine Chabon

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  • SOAP BUBBLE

    This pattern is hand painted with digital tablet
    It depicts an oversize soap bubble landing on a squared carpet.
    The graphism mimics the way soap bubble outer surfaces reflect a distorted version of the environment.

    Design by: Laureline Galliot

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  • CORAL LOSS

    Healthy coral reefs are among the most biologically diverse and economically valuable ecosystems on earth, providing valuable and vital ecosystem services. Unfortunately, due to human activities, they are perishing at an alarming rate and one of the main results is coral bleaching. This phenomenon occurs when water is too warm (global warming) and corals expel the symbiotic algae living in their tissues causing the coral to turn completely white before briefly acquiring a fluorescent color that signals their imminent demise…

    Design by: Ctrlzak

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  • SLASH LIMITS

    Geometric patterns and earthy color tones are the main elements for this collection while it gives the feeling of sophistication in any space. Partly inspired by conceptual art and a non-pictorial aesthetic of shades.

    Design by: Elena Georghiadou

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  • NEW ALPHABET

    There are not just different languages but also different alphabets and the gesture is one we certainly use the most even unconsciously, as much as we use the vocal one. A two-tone collection which focuses just on the ‘hand’ image treated with a halftone process . ‘Bang’, ‘Call Me’, ‘Venceremos’, ‘Tiè!’ are representative of some of our moods and ,with this series, I wanted to amplify their message.

    Design by: Pietro Ferruccio Laviani

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  • PATCHWORK

    Patchwork, as its name says, combines patterns and colors like a quilt. Inspired by Poliakoff, Picabia, and cubism, its waves are dancing.

    Design by: Florence Bamberger

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  • INCLUSIONS

    Four carpets representing four visual blackouts. Graphic interferences which erase the main “actors” from each of the 4 themes, transforming these into color spots contaminated by graphic patterns . Three-dimensional black and white images that contrast with flat colored backgrounds applied to the main subjects, ranging from still life to landscape.

    Design by: Pietro Ferruccio Laviani

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  • MYSTIFY TINTS

    This collection is a range of out-of-this-world artworks where something mysterious occurs. There are vibrations on these color designs where different tones blend perfectly along with others.

    Design: YO2 Studio

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  • UTOPIAS

    Images have always been (together with words) the simplest and most direct way to convey utopias. As a result, this collection uses old postcards with stereotyped subjects in addition to the fluorescent ‘blurb’ that, in some way, tell the inconsistency of these contemporary fairy tales. A carpet/tapestry can be enjoyed not only carelessly and in a superficial way only for its graphic impact but it can also be read as a small artwork with a deeper meaning.

    Design by: Pietro Ferruccio Laviani

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  • RHYTHM AND LINES

    Looking at the lines of the beach house in front of her, in South France, here comes this drawing Florence Bamberger imagined. Hand drawing, with its natural irregularity, is here highlighted. The triangle shapes evocate sailings of a boat around, whereas lines echo the architectural rhythm.

    Design by: Florence Bamberger

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  • HAPPY NATIONS HAVE NO HISTORY (CAMO)

    A Happy Nation is not always the best. Through history, wars, and culture nations are built. A Happy Nation is often too young to remember.

    Design by: Magnus Gjoen

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  • DIGEST TRIMS

    Inspired by the fluidity of cells, this collection combines the art of nature represented in an abstract composition. These universal designs would be a perfect addition in any type of interior whether it’s classic or completely modern.

    Design by: Valeriya Chubenko

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  • IMAGINE

    A poetry of rounded and twisted geometric shapes in chroma combinations inspired by the colors found in stones like unakite, ruby, and raspberry stone. Strong in appearance, abstract and endless in the possibility of use and interpretation.

    Design by: Nika Zupanc

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  • ORE

    Ore has been imagined like a painting. The power of the hand drawing shapes gives the rug a sophisticated touch that captures the attention. Swaths of color, this bold motif explores communication with shapes and movement.

    Design by: Charlotte Juillard

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  • HOLE

    The Hole collection plays with perception and perspective and gives the impression of an opening, a gateway to somewhere else; a very modern “trompe l’oeil”. It is created by the combination of two separate elements. A grid is composed of hand-sketched lines and a round graphic element which from certain angles will give the impression of an opening in the ground. The grid illustrates the idea of a floor. A reference to a surreal and more playful cartoonish world.

    Design by: Alain Gilles

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  • BIRDS EYE VIEW

    Dainelli Studio’s Birds Eye View collection for YO2 takes its inspiration from a
    bird’s vista from above as it flies over desert sand dunes or vast lakes. The
    project includes rugs and wallpaper united by the same pattern – defined by
    lines sketching shapes with irregular profiles – and available in four
    colourways. Nuanced pale grey combines with dark grey in the chromatic palette, with
    touches of various shades of green, yellow ochre and sandy beige.

    Design by: Dainelli Studio

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  • INTRECCI

    The Intrecci collection is a zoom on one of the oldest techniques used by man. Through the intertwining technique, the elements are brought to collaborate with each other and the whole takes on properties and performances that are unthinkable when looking at the starting material. Some examples of intertwined objects are Egyptian and date back to the beginning of the fifth millennium BC.

    Design by: Bellavista & Piccini

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  • THE NOTHING

    A classic and refined rug devoured by black. A strong metaphor of our time, recalling the masterpiece “The Neverending Story”. This Design gives space to the denunciation of the nothing silently entering our homes and burning everything, recognizable as pollution, indifference or hatred.

    Design by: Elisa Tonelli

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  • STACKED-UP

    Industrial memorabilia that gives importance to what most people would not pay attention to or would not see as interesting but converts it into a graphic element that transcends the value of the object highlighted. The collection plays in almost an ironic manner with this layering and three-dimensional logic that has now become quite common in a lot of rug designs. It gives the impression that the stack of corrugated metal sheets featured at the center of the rug is real, that it has a real depth. This three-dimensional effect will vary depending on the angle it is viewed from.

    Design by: Alain Gilles

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  • JUPITER

    Jupiter is part of the first collection of rugs designed by Dainelli Studio for YO2.
    The project includes four patterns, all available in two colourways, with a
    sinuous, irregular geometric line reminiscent, from some directions, of
    neoclassical architecture, and from others of cubist paintings.
    The colours range from dark green to yellow, with a predominance of grey
    providing the neutral base in all versions.

    Design by: Dainelli Studio

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  • MONSTER

    A playful juxtaposition of pop and classic themes make this carpet feel at home both in a modern and traditional setting.

    Design by: Magnus Gjoen

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  • INTO THE WOODS

    This pattern is a botanical study hand painted with digital tablet. It’s is composed of several layers to render the depth of the forest impression.
    Once repeated this pattern becomes an all over pattern available as « into the woods » wallpaper.

    Design by: Laureline Galliot

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  • NIGHT BLOOM

    After the Sunset, under the cover of night, some flowers come alive to present their particular beauty while the other world is sleeping.

    Design by: Malika Novi

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  • VANITAS

    A pop version of the 17th century Dutch Vanitas paintings, this rug plays with the duality of past and present, traditional and contemporary.

    Design by: Magnus Gjoen

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  • CURIOUS DROPS

    Beautifully blended and bold color tones are what this selection has to offer. Everyone may define the strength or the softness of colors that match in any place flawlessly.

    Design by: YO2 Studio

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  • TRILLION

    A tribute to nature and spirituality, fascination for phyllotaxis as well as folkloric motifs particularly inspired by naive art in general as well as the exuberant and exotic vegetation of Douanier Rousseau. In addition to the floral universe created by filigree stencils, freehand painted plant ornaments can now be found. Through the dynamic mixture of two opposite techniques, the artist succeeds in creating imaginary and poetic natural landscapes. The different representations appear as surreal and dreamlike, where the line between reality and fiction is vague.

    Design by: Koralie

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  • ANTIQUE TERMS

    Abstract forms of pattern and smooth shading promotes an idea of high-end quality designs that create an aesthetically beautiful harmony. Faded shapes, pale colors, and gradient shading are mostly used in this collection.

    Design by: Elena Georghiadou

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  • AGAVE SKETCH

    The spontaneity and energy of a sketch captured into a rug. The fine hand-drawn lines, evocating the art of weaving, bring movement and dynamism. A textile postcard? A photograph of a sketchbook? Boundaries between textile and paper are blurred.

    Design by: Florence Bamberger

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  • INVISIBLE

    Beyond our normal vision, invisible traces of minuscule entities coexist within each and every carpet. Dust that deposits on a rug is composed of tiny fragments of food, paper, glass fibres, and even skin scales. All those seen under a microscope, mingle with each other creating random patterns that in their enlarged composition resemble a ‘terrazzo’ mosaic.

    Design by: Ctrlzak

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  • KHAOS

    The primordial goddess from nothingness which all of the existence sprang. The scarabs circling the skull depicting the birth of existence.

    Design by: Magnus Gjoen

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  • FLOWERBOMB

    A bomb of love and beauty rather than destruction, held up by two cherubs ready to drop.

    Design by: Magnus Gjoen

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  • GLOBULAR

    Harmony and abstraction are the foundation of this collection. The idea itself in a certain aesthetics is painterly, abstract, and modern, where there is a mixture of drawings and techniques. Beautiful lines and shapes, mostly rounded shapes, as ovals and circles create a feeling of fundamentalness, which, at the same time, is not devoid of comfort and soft lines. The carpets have intricate shapes, with a variety of elements, hand-painted, mostly using watercolors, acrylics, and markers. We love mixed techniques, in a design that is simple at first glance, there are many overflows of colors and small details that can transform the space and “collect” the entire interior together.

    Design by: KONONENKO

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  • APEIRON

    A strong graphic, more than a gesture, the creation of physical painted space, an accidental accumulation of details; born as an image to a great artist of our time, Kapoor, whose machines create art by themselves and produce regular/irregular shapes and patterns from red clay, a metaphor of the universe shaping itself.

    Design by: Elisa Toneli

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  • BLUSH

    The Blush series represents a wonderful and sudden emotion, capturing a stage of joy and well-being. Pleasure is transmitted and infused through the body of the carpet, a special moment, an encounter, a secret thought, or the delight of the senses.

    Design by: Clementine Chabon

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  • OODLES

    A tribute to nature and spirituality, fascination for phyllotaxis as well as folkloric motifs particularly inspired by naive art in general as well as the exuberant and exotic vegetation of Douanier Rousseau. In addition to the floral universe created by filigree stencils, freehand painted plant ornaments can now be found. Through the dynamic mixture of two opposite techniques, the artist succeeds in creating imaginary and poetic natural landscapes. The different representations appear as surreal and dreamlike, where the line between reality and fiction is vague.

    Design by: Koralie

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  • OLDEN MASTERS

    The following collection is a combination of retro characters, vintage patterns, and old fashioned rusty colors. Blended into something extraordinary but also elegant, the “Olden Masters” collection resembles a forgotten and yet mysteriously nostalgic era.

    Design by: YO2 Studio

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  • HAPPY NATIONS HAVE NO HISTORY

    A Happy Nation is not always the best. Through history, wars, and culture nations are built. A Happy Nation is often too young to remember.

    Design by: Magnus Gjoen

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  • DASH FORMS

    A linear colored collection that follows a strict path towards aesthetic elegance and volumes up space without the need for excessive designs. Simple, clean, and stylish that comes in different designs and variations.

    Design by: Pericles Liatsos

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  • DEEP COMPLEXES

    This collection is a beautiful design of geometrical patterns inspired by mandala art in which each core resembles the universe and balance. The concept behind it is the use of bold shapes and colors to define diversity and beauty in each piece.

    Design by: Konstantinos Charilaou

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  • ESPERANTO

    East and West meet in a semantic language that superimposes the geometries of Persian carpets to the floral explosions of Flemish tapestries. A tribute to the Silk Road, a mental journey in the scrapbook, or a surreal tale that sets the tales of the Brothers Grimm in the seductive atmosphere of The Thousand and One Nights. The dynamism of flowers and shapes is contained within a graphic pattern that evokes ancient looms and at the same time acts as a contemporary intermittence in the calm development of the story.

    Design by: Debonademeo

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  • UNDULATION

    A set of geometric blocks are overlapped on a moire texture. The graphic ratio balance between the elegant organic oscillations and the cut shapes revealing a singular collage.

    Design by: Rachel Altabas

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  • THE OAK LEAVES

    With its curvy lines, the oak leaf has the perfume of elegance. Symbol of royalty, it is, for the designer, the queen of all leaves. Imagined as an old poster, the composition reveals a collection of unique leaves designs. An ode to Nature and its diversity. Finally, they seem to be dancing with the wind, represented by the lines.

    Design by: Florence Bamberger

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  • TERNARY

    Endless fields of hay or a carpet of autumn-fallen leave, the Landscape series represents a bucolic landscape highlighting the seasonal color changes.

    Design by: Anastasia Nysten

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  • COLORANT

    Featuring subtle gradients that hum with quiet energy, this rug is anode to abstraction. The subtle mix and the juxtaposition of colors are inspired by the horizons at dawn and the phenomena of light. Colorant explores the emotions expressed by the ever-changing sky.

    Design by: Charlotte Juillard

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  • COAX

    Confidential hypnotic dance of a shoal of fish in the abyss. A furtive opening immersed in the lair of these small fishes enlarged by a magnifying glass under our feet or on our walls offers a wonderful aquatic spectacle. Sketches made by hand in oil pastels then enlarged putting the raw drawing in the foreground.

    Design by: Ines de Chefdebien

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  • MODERNISME

    Geometry is adorned with mineral and pictorial textures, as modern marquetry. The shape’s movement is intensified by the strong colorations, creating a dynamic fresco where forms and colors are dancing in harmony

    Design by: Rachel Altabas

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  • OLDISH CHIC

    A mixture of old fashion, rusty surfaces along with vintage patterns and classy colors of soft tones. Majestic ornaments and sleek design that matches ideally in any space.

    Design by: Pericles Liatsos

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  • EXPANSE

    The Expanse series represent a mixed media abstraction, a diffused urban landscape.

    Design by: Anastasia Nysten

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  • ZODIAC

    This collection is a visually rich, luxury, collection, that references the infinite Blue and Gold of the Mediterranean Sea. Minoan Sea Daffodils circle around elegant female forms, in geometric figurations and scaling patterns.

    Design by: Marianna Penga

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  • COOL CUTS

    Essentially inspired by ancient statues, this collection is highly affected by the feeling of elegance and modernism. Athletic figures, abstract colored shapes and reformed compositions are some of its primary elements.

    Design by: Elena Georghiadou

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  • DOMESTIC NATURE

    Nowadays the living sphere becomes more and more isolated from the natural habitat. In an ironic attempt to address this issue, the carpets become a domestic natural camouflage that follows the traditional rug designs, emphasising the need to reconnect with nature.

    Design by: Ctrlzak

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  • VETRO

    A rug collection inspired by the allure of stained glass windows. Colored pieces of glass are arranged to form iconographic patterns, held together by a black outline, transforming the interior in a positive way by introducing color and light into an otherwise dark interior. Rather than being a teaching tool for the illiterate, these rugs spread a message of love.

    Design by: Nynke Tynagel

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  • FLOSSIL

    The Fossil collection is a direct reference to the earth. Land understood as feeding but also as a place of memory.

    Design by: Bellavista & Piccini

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  • ABUNDANCE

    Inspired by the light refraction into the liquid matter in movement. This hypnotic phenomenon will bring the energy of water in your interior with a calm and contemplating sensation. A color palette picked from sunrise to sunset time to experience the ultimate feeling of walking on the water.

    Design by: Supakitch

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  • MOSAIQUE

    The Mosaique collection is about playing with the perception of a given material and translating it into a rug. This logic also questions our perception of reality. When applied to a rug the mosaic pattern is transformed into a warm object so in a way the opposite of how mosaic tiles are usually perceived. These patterns discuss with one another through simple geometric shapes that overlap each other and create a general movement.

    Design by: Alain Gilles

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  • ANGELIC

    This collection is part of an assortment of rugs exploring and exposing the concept of hidden geometries that exist everywhere in the physical world. Focused on what exists but can’t be seen, we experiment with scale and mathematical rules to expose beautiful geometrical structures. The patterns created are reminiscent of traditional floral decorations usually seen on rugs. Isolated in intricate block color tone-on-tone formations the patterns on the “Angelic” composition informs the rug outline.

    Design by: StudioLav

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  • STILEMA

    Middle Ages, Renaissance, Baroque, Contemporary: four historical periods that have given rise to as many artistic expressions. According to a process of abstraction, the decorative elements of each era have been isolated from the context, sometimes desecrated, to be translated into expressive codes, graphic signs, and backgrounds of color capable of generating unusual combinations and adapting to any type of environment while maintaining a character evocative.

    Design by: Debonademeo

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  • NOVA

    Featuring subtle gradients that hum with quiet energy, this rug is anode to abstraction. The subtle mix and the juxtaposition of colors are inspired by the horizons at dawn and the phenomena of light. Nova explores the emotions expressed by the ever-changing sky.

    Design by: Charlotte Juillard

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  • SIGNIFICANT OTHERS

    This collection is a visually rich, luxury, collection, that references the infinite Blue and Gold of the Mediterranean Sea. Minoan Sea Daffodils circle around elegant female forms, in geometric figurations and scaling patterns.

    Design by: Marianna Penga

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  • ARENA

    Nature combined with futurism, a set of colorfully designed post-human conceptual artworks that tell a small story of what life would look like after man.

    Design by: Dennis Van Zanden

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  • KINGDOM

    A collection of rugs and wallpaper inspired by the Op Art patterns in vogue in
    British Interiors in the ‘80s, Kingdom by Dainelli Studio for YO explodes with
    colour. Available in four graphic versions, Kingdom is available in the Macaron and
    Military variants. The former is more feminine, with colours ranging from pink
    to blue tones. In Military the colours lean towards shades of dark green, grey
    and ivory. All the geometric motifs in the design take a variety of forms
    depending on the chosen colours, highlighting the various edges and depths of
    the pattern at different times.

    Design by: Dainelli Studio

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  • EDEN

    The Eden collection brings you into a poetic garden. The delicate flowers blend together into a colorful, quiet, and rich landscape. The subtle gradient completes the drawing creating a contrast with the flowers at the front and brings you into a utopic Eden

    Design by: Charlotte Juillard

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  • ISOLATE

    Camille Vignaud’s work questions ideas of memory – like a photographic imprint of passing time & impression. Her paper works illuminate the process of sublimation and contemplation, revealing the residual layers of time that form our ‘souvenirs’. Papers, image fragments, words, graphite, gold, and light are both the vectors and the revelators, used by the artist, that allow us to compose memories and emotions. In the annals of our psychogeography, matter and light become archaeology of memory, revealing the significant beauty of the infra-ordinary.

    Design by: Camille Vignaud

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  • HEAVEN GREEN

    In most of our Western cultures, paradise is a wonderful garden for some, that of delights for others, but above all a universal garden, the garden of the world. It is this idea that inspired “Heaven Green.” This large panorama, unfolding on a wallpaper more than six meters long, associates Olympus with the luxuriance of a fantasized Amazon. Conducive to daydreaming, this drawing then develops on two soft rugs with free shapes, this time more candidly evoking the clouds that run over the drawing they illustrate.

    Design by: Sacha Walckhoff

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  • SHINE BRIGHT LIKE A DIAMOND

    Diamond’s structure of this design supplemented by Aqua wave motifs that blend in kaleidoscopic effect and make a sense of the dynamic and rhythm of the movement.

    Design by: Malika Novi

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  • AWAKEN

    Designer and Artist Angelica Tcherassi uses abstract shapes and colors that resonate with her as an artist, inspired in our inner and outer worlds, Gaia, the sky, human and spiritual essence, love, and energy. Provoking us to dare to dream and connect with the world in other ways beyond physical. Reminding us that all our answers are within and that we are all connected. Believing in abundance, community, resilience, energy, love and our connection with the universe and our higher self Angelica’s artworks strive to Shine Light into a New World. We are all one.

    Design by: Angelica Tcherassi

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  • COSMO

    Cosmos has been imagined as a painting. The power of the hand drawing shapes gives the rug a sophisticated touch that captures the attention. Swaths of color, this bold motif explores communication with shapes and movement.

    Design by: Charlotte Juillard

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  • INFINITY

    Nature combined with futurism, a set of colorfully designed post-human conceptual artworks that tell a small story of what life would look like after man.

    Design by: Dennis Van Zanden

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  • BEETROOT

    Smart, playful and colourful. These extraordinary creatures are a moving (or rather flying) testament to nature’s ability to solve design problems creatively and efficiently and with a splash of humour. Enjoy a minimal and geometric colour blocking rug collection inspired by one of the most adored species of the Psittaciformes order, the parrot.

    Design by: Beetroot

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  • SIDEKICKS

    Silence, shadows, whisper, and rustle – all this is intertwined in the collection of carpets. Dots and spots intertwine in symbols and shapes. Everything is transformed into beings and faces. Each carpet has its own emotion, its own cry, its own subtext, and philosophy. Each image is an emotion through the composition of colors, spots, and dots.

    Design by: Gorkovenko

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  • LACK METHODS

    This is a more contemporary design, with bolder colors, formless shapes, and extraordinary brush strokes. It is so unique that it will be an excellent choice for those who inquire a stylish yet elegant artwork.

    Design by: Elena Georghiadou

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  • FANTASMAGORIA

    I have a dream…
    A dream of magic space without any visual boundaries or limits of reality.
    Eclectic design that coquets with unexpected objects and styles, with bold color palette. Using architecture, arches and black and white Victorian checkerboard look floors to get visual illusion of deep space perspective. This fantasyland, crowned by giant parrots results with walls and floors that look like a sequence of fantasy images, like those seen in a dream. The result is this collection that is imaginative way to decorate your place and give a unique aesthetic look to your space. This dreamland will surely brighten up your everyday life. Welcome to my Fantasmagoria!

    Design by: Ana Cvejic

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  • TROPICAL FIERY

    Mainly inspired by nature and the way wind passes through the palm leaves. Movement along with composition creates something truly beautiful, simple, and elegant.

    Design by: Pericles Liatsos

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  • COASTAL

    Abstract watercolour elements that blend harmoniously together and are fitting in any luxurious house or commercial building introducing a high-end taste for those who wish to live in an aesthetically pleasing place.

    Design by: YO2 Studio

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  • STREETS

    The streets collection is inspired by the complex phenomenon of the conurbation. A model of territorial development that consists in the reciprocal, planned or spontaneous welding of inhabited centres in a single urban area due to mutual social, territorial, economic interactions, the growth of the resident population and urban expansion.

    Design by: Bellavista & Piccini

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  • CLIP PROFILES

    Geometric shapes, bold colors, and old scriptures decorate this collection. Undeniably this selection is an exceptional illustration for those who seek sleek and modern designs along with vintage patterns all blended into a harmonic context.

    Design by: Konstantinos Charilaou

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  • ANIMAL LESS

    In the last 500 years, the natural rates of extinction have increased drastically as a result of human interventions. Many species inhabiting this planet are already extinct or in the brink of extinction and the numbers rise day by day. Most of us are unaware of this fact, which affects us though, directly even if we do not realize it. The results of our actions are literally underneath our feet.

    Design by: Ctrlzak

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  • SACRED

    This collection is part of an assortment of rugs exploring and exposing the concept of hidden geometries that exist everywhere in the physical world. Focused on what exists but can’t be seen, we experiment with scale and mathematical rules to expose beautiful geometrical structures. The patterns created are reminiscent of traditional floral decorations usually seen on rugs. Isolated in intricate block color tone-on-tone formations the patterns on the “Sacred” collection are displayed on circular rugs.

    Design by: StudioLav

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  • LOLA COWHIDE

    Cowhide plays with one of the symbols of great design and good taste of yesteryear. Taking the defense of animals, contesting the industrial farming system, and the killing of animals for trivial reasons a fine carpet is born. This collection has the elegant shapes of cowhide with an accent on hard colors.

    Design by: Elisa Tonelli

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  • AZULEJOS

    The iconic Azulejos from Portugal drawn by hand in colored pencils, which mix, assemble and disjoin creating a discontinuous and vibrant puzzle. Emblem of know-how by hand, generations, and typical technique.

    Design by: Ines de Chefdebien

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  • ART SLOTS

    This collection is a modernized design with many elements from nature and simple cut shapes that match perfectly with each other. Dark, bold colors along with some semi-light ones to create a beautifully balanced palette.

    Design by: Elena Georghiadou

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  • MODO HEADS

    MODO Animal Heads is a collection of eclectic rugs that take inspiration from the ancient Tibetan rugs design reinterpreted in a modern key through the use of patterns and cool colours. They could be perfect on the floor but also hung on the wall like a piece of art with the ability to make an environment colourful and funny but always with a great refined style.

    Design by: Modo Architettura + Design

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