It was at the Milan furniture fair in April 2003 that Post Design gallery exhibited Life's commodities collection. Versed in the principle of the “decorated surface” during their collaboration within the Memphis group already 20 years earlier, the artists Georges Sowden and Nathalie du Pasquier intend to assert the presence of rugs not as a furnishing accessory but as an essential object. Far from any intention of developing neutral pieces that blend into a decor, the rug becomes the decor and imposes its patterns, geometry and frank colors in a refusal of standardization. As exceptional pieces, these rugs are made in a limited edition of 36 in a craft workshop in Kathmandu in accordance with Tibetan tradition and culture.
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