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Renown Dutch textile designer Mae Engelgeer's work is characterized by the use of colour, geometric shapes and linear elements. The Effect rug from Fest plays with these themes with sharply contrasted inverted black and white elements and finished with alternately coloured tassels.
Designer Mae Engelgeer, The Netherlands (2018)
Size 230cm x 170cm / 90 x 67"
Origin The Netherlands
Material 80% Wool / 20% Cotton
Textile design has always been at the heart of Dutch designer Mae Engelgeer’s work, from her high school days to her studies at the Amsterdam Fashion Institute and Sandberg Instituut. Since opening her own studio in 2013, she has nurtured her curiosity for the craft, experimenting within the existing boundaries of textile production to elevate old techniques to a modern stage.
At Fest they believe beautiful, well-designed products can make people happy. That’s why they make high-end design accessible for a larger audience. They challenge the traditional furniture business and themselves. Their furniture collection is completely made in Europe - the majority even within The Netherlands and have their own design team and frequently invite guest designers to work with them.