Marrakech Carpet Fair
Tomorrow’s Tigers 2022
Five Rugs for November
At this year’s Kips Bay Decorator Show House in Dallas a key concept was the idea that luxury does not have to be at the expense of comfort
COVER takes a look at seven textile highlights from Dutch Design Week 2022
Polish artist Magdalena Abakanowicz broke through boundaries throughout the entirety of her career. Yet it was her Abakans, now showing in an exhibition at the Tate, that first prompted her critical and international success as a radical artist.
Five fabulous rug designs to take us into winter
Designer Bahar Pourmoghadam of Scattered Disc Objects discusses his recent rug collection Impassable, which were made by Nodus and shown during Milan Design Week in June
The first edition of the Marrakech Carpet Fair is taking place from 5-7 December 2022 as part of the 7th edition of Morocco’s National Handicrafts Week.
It is no wonder that ombre designs have risen in popularity, with so many companies making the art of blending coloured knots look easy
WWF has just announced Tomorrow’s Tigers 2022, a major fundraising project with selling exhibition featuring commissioned, limited-edition art rugs by 12 internationally renowned artists
Winner of the Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement at the 2022 Venice Biennale, Chilean artist Cecilia Vicuña is finally receiving global recognition. Denna Jones reviews Vicuña’s new commission at Tate Modern London
Outdoor Designs for 2022
As Spring arrives and we head towards warmer months, it is time to think about what outdoor rugs your exterior space requires. Here we highlight 6 great new outdoors rugs for Summer 2022.
COVER ISSUE 69 OUT NOW
In COVER 69, our new section The Story focuses on the important subject of sustainability. It features interviews with trend consultant Philip Fimmano, Jennifer Jones of San Francisco’s Niche Interiors and seaweed textile creative Violaine Buet plus a report on sustainable yarns.
Art rugs are a big news in the issue, with reports on Helen Yardley’s rug exhibition at the Ruthin Crafts Centre in Wales, Liz Collins’ ‘Mischief’ show at Touchstones Rochdale, the astounding 80×80 rug project by TAN and the latest Tomorrow’s Tiger rug by Ai Weiwei. COVER also talks to Nepali artist Tsherin Sherpa about his use of rugs as art, and we take a look at the Cadrys exhibition at the Powerhouse in Sydney.
New London-based rug brand Peter Page comes under the spotlight and we highlight new collections by Zandra Rhodes and Fuli, Zollanvari and SoFarSoNear Milan and Deirdre Dyson. The Interiors section features Kips Bay Dallas and an interview with interior designer Rayman Boozer, while our events pages look to January fairs including Domotex Hanover and COVER Connect Las Vegas.