New Illulian proposals enrich various rug collections with new and surprising models, confirming a design which is increasingly open to contaminations with other sectors, ranging from graphics to architecture, painting, sculpture, fashion, photography and television
Limited Edition, the brand’s most exclusive range, is enriched by new and prestigious names, bringing to life original interpretations.
From Roy by Emtivi Studio, an Art Déco pattern reinterpreted in pop, to Please Wait by Luca Nichetto, a relief mosaic featuring an array of colours and shades; from Sottosopra I by Fabio Novembre, which capsizes perspectives on things and on life, to I’m Grass by Damiano Spelta, which plays with the idea of an art piece which becomes a furnishing accessory, and Paradox by Illulian Design Studio, a rug laden with metaphysical meanings.
Design Collection is another new addition, elaborating on texture explorations and original hues used to define rigorously black&white surfaces. The collection exudes a contemporaneity reminiscent of the very latest interior and fashion trends and has been enriched with eight new models: Brooklyn, featuring black&white geometries; Chloè, exuding naturalistic inspiration; Enigma, with 3D effects; Extreme, with its overlapping plays; Greta, with its allusions of 60s/70s patterns; Konrad, featuring material suggestions; Mirage, laden with symbolism and Raw, characterised by an incomplete and lived look.
All rugs are hand made and exude bright plant colours, are personalisable and available in two qualities: Platinum 120 and Gold 100.