Nina Graziosi saw the trend of dress hung on the wall years ago arrive. Inspired by a James Bond movie from the ’70s, she bought her own apartment a classic tapestry from 1620: “The Boar Hunt”. Thus was born her idea for Lensvelt carpet: ‘Miss Nina.
Nina designed a classic garment that fits entirely in the time from now. It is more abstract, more colorful than the original goblains of yesteryear and finished with a strong brown-orange blanket edge. This carpet is designed explicitly for the wall. Tapestries have the property that they make a positive contribution to noise and climate, which makes for a pleasant, quiet atmosphere in the rooms and office environments. In addition, the carpet is very well applicable to the floor.
Floor carpet with colored print.
Nylon poles with printed image.
Borders with cotton finishing.
Total height 7,4 mm.
WxL = 200 x 400 cm.
Design: Nina Graziosi (2014).