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Style Longworth rug by Edward Fields for Tai Ping Carpets

21:40  26 january  2021
21:40  26 january  2021 Source:   dezeen.com

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Tai Ping was founded in British Hong Kong in 1956 by brothers Lawrence and Horace Kadoorie and a group of international friends with the noble aims of developing industry and providing employment to migrant workers.

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a circuit board: A detail photo of Longworth rug by Edward Fields for Tai Ping Carpets © Provided by Dezeen A detail photo of Longworth rug by Edward Fields for Tai Ping Carpets

Dezeen Showroom: alternating stripes of mustard yellow, almond white and walnut brown create a bold, geometric pattern across the Longworth rug by Tai Ping Carpets.

Longworth is a reissue of a 1970s design by Edward Fields, the original owner of Edward Fields Carpet Makers, which is now a subsidiary of Tai Ping Carpets.

Previously launched by Fields as part of his vibrant homeware series called Magnetic, the rug now forms a part of the Edward Fields Home Collection.

Longworth is a reissue of Edward Fields' 1970s rug © Provided by Dezeen Longworth is a reissue of Edward Fields' 1970s rug

The reissue features the same statement, striped finish as the original, which captures the eccentric fashions of the era.

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© Provided by Dezeen A room featuring the Conoid II rug by George Nakashima for Tai Ping Carpets . Dezeen Showroom: an abstract interpretation of a rural landscape by American architect and furnituremaker George Nakashima adorns the Conoid II rug

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"Longworth was designed in the 1970s and presents stunning geometric patterns in an updated twist on the popular tones of the decade," said Tai Ping Carpets.

"Longworth's almond and walnut colours imbue each design with additional layers of energy and depth."

background pattern: It features the same bold alternating stripes as the original rug © Provided by Dezeen It features the same bold alternating stripes as the original rug

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The rug is handmade entirely from New Zealand wool using a loop pile weave and available in a standard size of 2.4 by three metres.

American brand Edward Fields Carpet Makers was established in 1935 and acquired by Tai Ping Carpets in 2005.

The Edward Fields Home Collection comprises a total of nine rugs, including reissues of pieces by mid-century American designers Raymond Loewy and George Nakashima. Four pieces from the collection are being featured on Dezeen Showroom over the next week.

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According to Tai Ping Carpets , the rug is one of several Loewy pieces that "revolutionised the role of the carpet in home decor" through their organic patterns and motifs. The product is made from New Zealand wool, which is applied in a loop pile weave for a textured and

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Product: Longworth

Designer: Edward Fields

Brand: Tai Ping Carpets

Contact: london@taipingcarpets.com

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