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DOMOTEX CONTENTS 56


DOMOTEX WORLD SECTIONS FLOORING CARPETS AND RUGS TILING


DOMOTEX Blink and you miss it. The craft of carpets is changing all the


time, thanks to a growing wealth of innovative new design talent. But the traditions that lie at the heart of it will never change


Words |World Show Media contributor Photography | Domotex


Carpets are being reinvented constantly before our eyes, thanks in part to the emerging armies of young designers who are constantly bringing new ideas to the hand-made craft, infusing contemporary characteristics and keeping it very much alive. And a growing number of manufacturers are reworking antique carpets using a multiplicity of modern processes to revive their appearance. But for everyone, hand-made carpets remain one of the most visual and tactile attractions at every DOMOTEX. Machine-made woven carpets are also in great demand and off er numerous advantages. Firstly, they are manufactured much faster than hand-woven products, making them cheaper to produce. But this also means that the latest trends can be implemented quickly, an advantage that is inspiring manufacturers more than ever, meaning they are, quite literally, being re-fashioned over and over again in classic and modern designs. And what’s more, thanks to modern methods, they even look hand-made. What distinguishes hand-knotted, hand-woven or hand-tufted carpets are their individual characters. Material, colour and shape variations combined with diff erent production processes never fail to achieve a unique look. Hand-made carpets are more than merely functional. They serve as design elements that accentuate any room, giving it structure and creating a special atmosphere. From antique to modern and contemporary, from classic oriental rugs to leather, fur, jeweled and decorative carpets – the hand-made carpet is an ancient cultural asset, yet always staying up-to-date.


Then there are the functional additions such as mats and clean-off systems which also feature prominently. On display will be both textile clean-


off products – available off the roll or as mats – and the sort of entrance mat systems best-suited for deployment in buildings with heavy use. All of them will be complemented by


fl oor protection mats and rubber mats with a high cleaning eff ect for outdoor use, bath mats and those made from natural coconut fi bres. The products showcased here are


more resilient, stable and durable than ever before. In addition to extremely high-quality systems, a wide range of medium-quality and cost effi cient solutions will also be represented at the fair. All of these products are not only highly functional and practical, but are increasingly being used for decorative purposes, thanks to the fact that they use the latest materials and follow all the colour trends.


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