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  • Carpet Vienna - 250x350 cm, Eva Schildt | Svenskt Tenn
  • Carpet Vienna - 250x350 cm, Eva Schildt | Svenskt Tenn
  • Carpet Vienna - 250x350 cm, Eva Schildt | Svenskt Tenn
  • Carpet Vienna - 250x350 cm, Eva Schildt | Svenskt Tenn

Carpet Vienna Art nr. 107198

47,000 SEK (inkl. moms)

Eva Schildt’s woven “Vienna” carpet was influenced by Josef Frank’s Vienna and the city’s blossoming cultural life around the turn of the last century. The artist Gustav Klimt often painted flat backgrounds with seemingly two-dimensional chess squares and circles. The double weave technique made the carpet’s random expression, with miscellaneous squares in different sizes, possible. The colours are the same ones as in Josef Frank’s Aralia print. 

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  • Product information

    Eva Schildt’s woven “Vienna” carpet was influenced by Josef Frank’s Vienna and the city’s blossoming cultural life around the turn of the last century. The artist Gustav Klimt often painted flat backgrounds with seemingly two-dimensional chess squares and circles. The double weave technique made the carpet’s random expression, with miscellaneous squares in different sizes, possible. The colours are the same ones as in Josef Frank’s Aralia print. 

    Design: Eva Schildt
    Material: Cotton/Linen
    Size: 250x350 cm

  • Designer

    Eva Schildt studied furniture and product design at Beckmans College of Design in Stockholm, graduating in 2001. She began her own design company that same year. In addition to her design work she has been a guest professor at Beckmans College of Design, Iceland’s Academy of the Arts and at Universidad Iberoamericana in Mexico City. Read more

  • Care instructions

    Svenskt Tenn’s cotton rugs are woven with cotton rags on linen yarn. In the beginning, the cotton rags may shed threads. This is part of the rag rug look and character and will stop after a times use. The rug is woven from rags of coloured cotton, they may fade, especially if the rug is placed in direct sunlight. It is recommended to rotate and turn the rug over in order for it to fade evenly.