The Slovakia based design studio, Allt, has put a charming twist on the often not-so-glamorous modular carpet. Inspired by street pavement and the complexity of city grids –Cityscape is based on a hexagonal pattern which is formed through the repetition of a single tile shape. A full carpet is 2 square meters (just over 6.5 x 6.5 feet) and is composed of 40 individual tiles. While the grey 100% felt surface was chosen to emulate pavement, it has been translated to a more cozy material for your indoor navigation comfort. Each tile is backed with a non-slip, black rubber base. Photo courtesy of Allt.
A tiled carpet which derives its isometric form from complex city views and uses a simple grey woolen felt as the material of choice. You can rearrange the tiles into various shapes and create symmetrical geometry as well as asymmetrical islands that bear resemblance to architectural building kit.
Cityscapes are now produced in Netherlads by Basematters and are available at www.basematters.com
one tile: 280 mm x 375 mm
Material: rubber and woolen felt
Available colors: grey, yellow, green, blue