Beyond design – Kinnasand

Beyond design – Kinnasand

Preparing the yarn for the ICON rug.

Preparing the yarn for the ICON rug.

The yarns for our YAMO curtain have been made by mixing blue and white threads, creating a sprinkled blue and white finish.

The yarns for our YAMO curtain have been made by mixing blue and white threads, creating a sprinkled blue and white finish.

A playful design technique. The yarn for our FLUX rug has been hand-dyed using an ancient dip-dye method.

A playful design technique. The yarn for our FLUX rug has been hand-dyed using an ancient dip-dye method.

The beginning. Unleashing the yarn.

The beginning. Unleashing the yarn.

Beating the yarn.  In the making of our silk rug ICON we use a special Tibetan knot technique where the silk yarn is hammered down with this timeworn tool.

Beating the yarn. In the making of our silk rug ICON we use a special Tibetan knot technique where the silk yarn is hammered down with this timeworn tool.

An experimental yarn composition for the FLUX rug.

An experimental yarn composition for the FLUX rug.

Silk pom-poms for the ICON rug.

Silk pom-poms for the ICON rug.

Tangled up. Silk yarn for the ICON rug.

Tangled up. Silk yarn for the ICON rug.

A glimpse of the linen production. Rows of linen yarn at our linen manufacturer Libeco in Belgium.

A glimpse of the linen production. Rows of linen yarn at our linen manufacturer Libeco in Belgium.

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