Rug Baikal Toulemonde Bochart
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-€230.00

Rug Baikal

Toulemonde Bochart
€1,020.00 (VAT incl.) €1,250.00 - €230.00 €850.00 (VAT excl.)
Description

The Baikal rug is part of the Toulemonde Bochart rug collection created by designer Andrée Putman, a contemporary collection in which the material takes on its full value. Influenced by current trends, Toulemonde Bochart collections are always innovative: new materials, new combinations...

The Baikal rug is derived from Andrée Putman's legendary 1987 designs, symbolizing a spectacular alliance of heritage and contemporaneity. Initially imagined for the workspace of this emblematic figure of Saint Paul design, this model has stood the test of time, preserving its pioneering allure and timeless chic. Now re-edited with respect for Andrée Putman's authenticity and original intentions, the Baïkal rug is distinguished by its hand-weaving, a reflection of superior craftsmanship and quality.

Made from New Zealand wool, appreciated for its tenderness, robustness and consistency, the black Baïkal rug is characterized by its opulent texture and soft touch. This choice of high-end material ensures the rug's enduring excellence, enabling it to defy the test of time while preserving its refined aestheticism. 

The Designer Andrée Putman is a French stylist, interior architect and leading designer who reconciles materials and uses light in new ways. She strives to lay spaces bare in order to rediscover their origins. In the course of her work, she also tackles lifestyles by reforming the way we use spaces: in her view, design should serve to soften and embellish life, and she puts her philosophy into practice through her collaboration with Toulemonde Bochart rugs.

  • Designer : Andrée Putman
  • Composition: 100% wool
  • Construction : hand-tufted
  • Total thickness : 20mm
  • Total weight: 4.5kg/m2
  • Category: Plain rugs

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