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Fields rug

By Design House Stockholm


  • Description

    Lena Bergström has continued to work with the same mottled effect that she used in her Björk rugs and this time, too, she has found her inspiration in nature; endless fields that spread like a collage across the landscape in gentle colours. She has paid as much attention to the way in which the different coloured threads are interwoven and how the areas of different colours lie in relation to each other. And once again she has made use of leather edging. The Fields collection is based on a weft in wool, combined with details in leather. Wool is known not only for its softness, but also for its built-in resistance to soiling thanks to its natural oils. All Fields products are hand-woven pieces of handicraft, making every product unique.

  • Technical Info

    Rugs made of 100% wool with leather edging.

    Rug sizes:
    70 × 130 cm (28"× 51").
    80 × 250 cm (32"× 99").
    170 × 240 cm (67"× 95").
    200 × 300 cm (79"× 118").

    Care instructions: Vacuum clean Fields regularly to remove particles imbedded in the wool. Spots can be removed using a clean cloth or sponge with lukewarm water. Do not allow the wool to become soaked. Remove excess water with a sponge. When cleaning the rug, we recommend using a qualified rug specialist. Flat wash with water and flat dry.

  • Designer
    Lena Bergström

    Lena Bergström (born 1961) is a textiles and glass designer. After high school, Bergström started working as a decorator at Domus department store. She moved to Stockholm and started at Konstfack, the University college of art, crafts and design in Stockholm. After graduating in 1989, Bergström started working as a freelance designer. She got her breakthrough in 1992 with a textile collection for Ljungbergs. The success continued with an exhibition at the Swedish Pavilion at the Seville World Exhibition. In 1994 Bergström got employed by Swedish crystal manufacturer Orrefors, and she has been a member of their staff ever since then. For Orrefors, Bergström designed several prize-winning products such as the Havanna and Drop collections, the crystal vase Squeeze in 1997, the votive Puck in 1999. Besides her career as a glass designer, Bergström has also continued working with textiles for companies such as Ljungbergs, Designers Eye, SAAB, and Design House Stockholm. Bergström is represented at the Nationalmuseum in Stockholm, The Röhsska Museum in Gothenburg, the Cleveland Museum of Art in the United States, and the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. Bergström's textile work is distinguished by its graphic qualities, while her glass and crystal designs are often soft and organic. In her own words, she likes soft glass and hard textiles. She also appreciates mistakes in the process; the vase Squeeze is a result of an accident that occurred in the glassworks while losing concentration at work - the result was a deformed, waving vase. Bergström has received numerous awards, including 12 Excellent Swedish Design; ELLE Decoration Design Award in UK 2002; Swedish ELLE Interiör Design Award 2003 & 2006. She was shortlisted for the Bombay Sapphire Prize both in 2002 and 2005.

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    • Beige/Pink/Blue/Brown 80x250cm
    • Beige/Pink/Brown/Blue 70x130cm
    • Brown/Blue 200x300cm
    • Pink/Beige 200x300cm
    • Pink/Beige/Blue 170x240cm
    • Pink/Brown/Blue 170x240cm

  • Delivery

    4-5 weeks
    Made to order item

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