“Thea” from the collection Project Error studies seemingly chaotic patterns in nature to create contemporary carpets. These rugs speak in a non literal but clear design language that celebrates patterns in nature. This one was inspired by a candle reflected on glass observed through a prism. The rug’s distinct design comes from using batik techniques on paper to recreate this pattern. While minimalist in its use of colour, the rug receives a multi textural surface from keeping alive age old techniques in manufacturing. Yarn is handcarded and handspun to create high abrash. In it’s finishing the rugs are handcarved raising the bamboo silk and suppressing wool. Entirely handmade, each rug goes through a detailed 82 step manufacturing process that involves over 180 artisans.