The Paysage le soir rug has its origin in the view from Henri Matisse's studio as seen in the painting Intérieur aux aubergines (1911). Evoking the idea of the outdoors, the Paysage le soir rug creates a warm and colorful atmosphere. Its graphic design combines geographic and organic shapes that will easily find its place in a modern interior. The rugs in the Intérieur aux Aubergines collection were made by a Milan-based textile company which operates near Kathmandu in the Buddha region of Nepal, where its workshop keeps a watchful eye over the entire production process. Each carpet is hand-knotted by local artisans using Himalayan wool, known for its exceptional durability, and Chinese silk.
Photo credits: Fabrice Gousset