Moooi Avatar Signature Carpet by Broersen & Lukács
  • Moooi Avatar Signature Carpet by Broersen & Lukács
  • Moooi Avatar Signature Carpet by Broersen & Lukács
  • Moooi Avatar Signature Carpet by Broersen & Lukács

Moooi Avatar Signature Carpet

€1,958.68
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Inspired by the fairy tale film Avatar, this intricate pattern embodies a mesmerizing mélange of legend, fable, myth and storytelling. “Let your imagination travel and bloom in an imaginary web of knotted nocturnal foliage permeating everyday life with possibility”

The Signature Carpets come in a colourful, artistic family of ornamental carpets to fall in love with in a heartbeat. With their strong personality they determine the look and feel of their surroundings.

With their surreal, eye-catching designs they convey a sense of depth, intensity and motion, engaging the enchanted spectator in their endless story.

The Signature Carpets collection includes the following carpets.

42 breathtaking, eccentric and playful carpets designed by renowned names from the worlds of interior design, fashion, visual arts, textile design, illustration and illustrative photography.

Each one represents their designer and the amazing world of his/her expertise and imagination. The high definition, photo realistic designs are achieved with the use of a high definition Chromojet printer’, a groundbreaking printing machine of extreme precision that is able to reproduce almost every colour nuance in existence.

Shipping calculated for Fedex economy freight, door to door, not available for all countries.

Specifications

100 % PA or Wool

Size Description

200 x 300 cm | 78.7 x 118..1”

300 x 400 cm | 118.1 x 157.5”

  • Broersen & Lukács

    Persijn Broersen and Margit Lukacs are artists based in Paris and Amsterdam.They produce a myriad of works- including architecture, wallpapers, murals, fashion, video, animation and graphics- that reflect on the ornamental nature of a society dictated by virtual media, for we tend to experience the world around us substantially via the boundless, timeless and flattened universe of our screens.These are exactly the same characteristics that define ornaments and their repetitive, hypnotic and delusional motives.These considerations resulted in series of works and designs that demonstrate how reality, (mass) media and fiction are strongly intertwined in contemporary culture.Their work is showcased in film festivals, museums, galleries and broadcasted on TV worldwide. Recent commissions include a mural for the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam and an architectural intervention at the metro-station Noorderpark in Amsterdam.Their work has been shown in (amongst others) GEM, The Hague, Centre Pompidou, Paris, World Expo Shanghai, International Film Festival Rotterdam and Haus der Kulturen der Welt in Berlin. Recently they participated in the Sydney Biennale (Au).
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