Ligne Roset

Memoire d’une trame

The ‘mémoire d’une trame’ rug calls on the traditional technique of hand knotting to achieve a meticulously detailed visual effect of a macrophotographic representation of a multicoloured weave.

The delicacy of the motif and the subtlety of the shade associations leave this rug wide open to individual interpretation: are they an accumulation of little houses, or stylised directional arrows perhaps?
The superposition of inlaid patterns produces an optical effect similar to an oscillating band passing across a screen or the moiré effect of a shifting optokinetic pattern.
Bleu and Brique : Hand knotted rug in 90 % wool / 10 % cotton (48,000 knots/m²). Please allow for a tolerance of +/- 3 % in terms of both length and width.
Gris brun : Hand knotted rug in 75 % wool / 25 % cotton (45,000 knots/m²). Please allow for a tolerance of +/- 3 % in terms of length and width.

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Meet the designer
Constance Frappolli

Born in 1991, Constance Frappolli graduated in interior architecture and design from the école Camondo in 2016. She now lives in Paris, where she works on a range of projects as part of a design studio.
In her own projects, she seeks to use the object to tell a story in which shapes, materials and function are at the service of the environment.
Focussing her work on a search for balance between functionality and emotion, Constance confers on her pieces a poetic, practical nature in which forms and materials tell a story.
With a love for playing with glimpses, ironies, metaphors and images, Constance construct her design around recognisable realms.
Her rug, Mémoire d’une Trame, signals her first collaboration with Ligne Roset.

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