“Colouring Book” by Deirdre Dyson

The London-based carpet designer embarks on a playful marketing approach

This finely crafted coloring book is the work of carpet designer Deirdre Dyson and we’re big fans of her playful, but sophisticated, approach to marketing. Because sketching and coloring carpet and textile design is intrinsic to the preliminary product development, Dyson has extended the fruits of the process into a byproduct for a younger audience. Though the coloring book doesn’t capture her knack for fusions …

PHUNK + 1956 by Tai Ping Carpets

Singapore-based art and design collective launches a series of carpets inspired by "rule breakers and nonconformists"

Founded in 1956 to preserve the historical craft of handmade carpets, Hong Kong’s Tai Ping has grown into a global leader in quality carpeting. In recent years the renowned maker of woven Axminster, hand-tufted, machine-tufted, printed carpet and Axminster carpet tile designs introduced 1956 by Tai Ping—a branch to address their newfound presence in commercial and hospitality markets. And now, to keep the company culturally …

David Weeks

The designer debuts rugs and his latest lighting collection

For the last few months, new work by designer David Weeks have been on display at the Ralph Pucci showroom in New York. In addition to his latest lighting series, the new pieces include his first collection of carpets, created with renowned rug maker Christopher Farr. To conceive of the carpets’ patterns, Weeks focused on the shapes that have become integral to his design practice, …