Friday, 23 August 2013
Belgian textile designer Pauline Gorelov has designed a knitted carpet that can be produced on industrial knitting machines in just one hour.
Exhibited during Milan Design Week earlier this year, the Tokio knitted carpet is made from a combination of natural wools and technical fibres that make it durable and soft to the touch.
Gorelov is currently raising money to put the carpet into production on crowdfunding platform IndieGoGo.
Subscribers can read more about 3D knitted surfaces in interiors in our trend report on Textured Knits.