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Consistently using the most advanced technology, Ege Carpets have developed into one of Europe’s leading carpet companies by designing beautiful carpets for a sustainable future. This summer, Ege Carpets introduce a new collab with textile designer and colour alchemist Margrethe Odgaard. Searching for the poetry and humanity of industry, she has won international recognition for her innovative design approach focusing on the interaction between colour, material, light and space. Inspired by natural minerals, Margrethe has developed 56 eternally relevant colours for the floorscape. During 3daysofdesign Ege Carpets welcome architects, interior designers and design lovers in general to the newly refurbished showroom at Christianshavns Kanal 4.

Poetry in the floorscape by Margrethe Odgaard At 3daysofdesign, Ege Carpets introduce a new collab with textile designer and colour alchemist Margrethe Odgaard. Searching for the poetry of industry while focusing on the interaction between colour, material, light and space, Odgaard has developed 56 eternally relevant colours for the floorscape. The palette consists of social colours that complement and elevate each other plus a few vibrant and so-called diva colours to stand out and add pulsating dynamics. This allows for endless combinations in which the colours relate and respond differently. You can also explore tapestries crafted from regenerated residue yarn – an artistic take on upcycling. Stop by the Ege Carpets / Gabriel showroom.

Jun
16
Event
Meet the artists behind upcycled tapestry exhibition: Rebekka Nielsen & Trine Kok
Location
Christianshavns Kanal 4,1406, Copenhagen
Start
14:00
End
16:00
Tapestries combine into an exhibition featuring works crafted from fabric and carpet yarn leftovers consisting of wool and nylon yarn made from waste such as fishing nets, industrial scraps and used carpets. The unique works highlight how textiles complement the hard materials so all present in contemporary architecture. The creative forces behind the tapestries are architect and artist Rebekka Nielsen and textile artist Trine Kok. Meet them to learn more about their artistic take on upcycling.
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