Carpet design by Jaime Hayon
We have already presented you Jaime Hayon. His fancy furniture and Designer chairs have convinced us with understated elegance and sophistication. Today we would like to dedicate our contribution to Hayon’s carpet design.
The Spanish designer designs rugs for the Italian carpet brand Nodus and he found inspiration in Asian art.
More specifically, the designer has used elements from Japanese and Afghan culture, and he has masterfully altered them. You can look at the result below.
Designer Jaime Hayon designs rugs with folklore elements for Nodus
First, we would like to introduce you to the carpet with the Japanese ornaments. Of course this is a modern interpretation of traditional Japanese folklore. Abstract motifs and daring colors are quite lively thanks to the latest techniques in carpet design. The hand knotted rug has 200 knots and is made in Nepal.
Standard Size: 250 × 350 cm; (but you can also order the rug in any size)
Stack height: 5 mm
Material: Wool and Chinese silk
Pattern inspired by Japanese folklore
The Japanese flag can also be seen on the carpet
With the following pictures we jump from Japanese to Afghan folklore. This time has Jaime Hayon uses traditional Afghan tapestry as a source of inspiration. Gorgeous dresses, patterns and traditional musical instruments are skilfully mixed with the whimsical style of Hayon. The colors are not so strong, but the design is again so lively and detailed.
Enjoy the rug design by Jaime Hayon for Nodus – an impressive professional collaboration!
Afghan folklore and contemporary design
Much can be seen on the patterned designer carpet
Blue face with crowns
Designer rug by Nodus
Carpet pattern by Jaime Hayon