Fascinating geometrical rugs made of wood and linen

Take two very old and proven materials - linen and wood - and turn them into something completely new. By this motto Berlin-based designer Elisa Strozyk created a neat collection of rugs that interpret the floor covers as sculptures and turn old habits upside down. When ruched, the carpets appear as unreal objects reminiscent of early polygonal computer graphics. Even when laid flat, they fascinate with their spatially-effective geometry and refine the room as crossover of floor tiles, parquet and carpet.

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About the designer

Who gets the idea of making textiles out of wood? Well, you just might, after you studied textile and surface design in Berlin and finished a course of studies called "future textiles" London. These were the apprenticeship years of designer Elisa Strozyk who specializes in building bridges between hard and soft materials, textiles and furniture. As of now, she has been awarded with (among others) the German Design Award and is exhibited in (among others) the famous design museum Victoria & Albert in London.

About the manufacturer

The wooden carpets are being manufactured by the German company Böwer which is family-run in the 4th generation. Its history goes back to the village carpentry Haarmeyer, founded in 1888 in Neuenkirchen. Over the years the workshop grew into a specialist supplier of interior and launched its own furniture collection around the turn of the millennium. The current generation - siblings Anja and Stefan Böwer - added the wooden carpets to company's portfolio. The carpets are being made to order in Neuenkirchen.