This luxurious and spectacular hand-tufted rug is from the Geometric collection and echoes the spirit of the German avant-garde movement. Bauhaus was one of the greatest and most important expressions of Modernism in design and architecture. The Bauhaus style is a combination of modern expression with a strict ideology from one of the 20th century’s greatest design movements.
The geometric style combines beautifully with the different tones and colours and is a fabulous hand-tufted and looped creation, ideal for any room requiring the wow-factor. This stunning masterpiece has a variegated surface with different pile heights creating a three-dimensional effect, giving the piece an intriguingly textured look and feel. Created with noble materials using sophisticated techniques, this rug is an exquisite statement piece for any home wishing to express an individual style.
200 x 300cm | 78,74” x 118,11”
300 x 450cm | 118,11” x 177,17”
400 x 600cm | 157,48” x 236,22”
600 x 800cm | 236,2” x 314.96”
What is Visrayon?
Visrayon is another word for viscose which is often touted as a sustainable alternative to cotton or polyester and is popular in the fashion industry as a cheaper and more durable alternative to silk.
French scientist and industrialist Hilaire de Chardonnet (1839-1924) is credited with inventing the first commercial viscose fibre, as a cheaper alternative to silk which was later developed and made safer by the German Bemberg Company. In 1892, British scientists Charles Frederick Cross, Edward John Bevan, and Clayton Beadle discovered and patented the production process, and by 1905 the first commercial viscose rayon was on the market.
Viscose is derived from the ‘cellulose’ or wood pulp from fast-growing, regenerative trees such as eucalyptus, beech and pine, as well as plants such as bamboo, soy, and sugar cane. This cellulose material is then dissolved in a chemical solution to produce a pulpy viscous substance, which is then spun into fibres that can then be made into threads.