Pierre Yovanovitch

métamorphose rug

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The Invisible Collection Métamorphose Rug Pierre Yovanovitch
Materials

Wool, mohair, silk and jute
1,500 weaving hours
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Sizes

L 5,2 x W 4,2 m
L 17,06′ x W 13,78′

Manufacturing

Handmade in France by La Manufacture Robert Four
Production lead time: upon request


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This rug was created for an exhibition themed on the concept of metamorphosis, showcasing several interior designers and decorators, including Maarten Baas - already well known for his famous series of burnt objects. Baas was going to exhibit a burnt Pleyel piano, and Pierre Yovanovitch wanted to design a rug that would conjure that precise moment right after the fire, when everything is not yet completely charred and there still remain traces of fire… It must be said that, for his rugs, Yovanovitch prefers abstract compositions rather than figurative ones. However, even when using an abstract language, a rug must tell a story: on this rug, Pierre Yovanovitch drew the movement of smoke, its volutes swirling around, and its fumes stagnating in the air... He imagined that the fire had started on a raw wooden floor and on some stones, hence the choice of colors. The hand-woven rug was manufactured in Aubusson. The wool and jute threads give it a rougher structure, whilst the mohair threads add a more comfortable feel, making it softer and cushier… Everything is in these contrasts, the opposition of materials and storytelling: the metaphor of metamorphosis.

 

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The Invisible Collection Métamorphose Rug Pierre Yovanovitch

Pierre Yovanovitch

métamorphose rug

Bespoke

Pierre Yovanovitch

Having begun his career at Pierre Cardin, with whom he collaborated for eight years, Pierre Yovanovitch opened his own Interior Architecture agency in 2001. An illustrious ambassador for French style, he has put his touch to residential and institutional projects all over the world, presenting bespoke luxury and unprecedented elegance. His interiors combine an extreme chic, with culture and clean lines, counterbalanced with the use of rare wood, marble marquetry floors, and metal sculpted doors. Ornament is pared back to the essential creating a unique style where nothing is left unconsidered.

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