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Panorama rug, stone/white

By Woodnotes


  • Description

    Designed by Ritva Puotila, the fresh stripy paper-yarn carpets Horizon and Panorama introduce new colours: yellow, light grey, grey purple and light blue to the Woodnotes collection. There are four colour variations for both designs. The carpets also have a new finishing, sewn edges and thin turned ends. They are available with edging and backing as well.

    Puotila's starting point for the design of the carpets was the use of natural colours and abstract compositions. To Puotila, the key thing in composition is that the carpet supports the decor and thus provides the freedom to explore various furnishing solutions. The asymmetry of the striping in the Horizon and Panorama carpets offers new opportunities for playing with the rest of the decor. The "colour mass" of one colour in the middle of the Panorama carpets works as a calming element and the multi-coloured stripes of the Horizon carpets structure the space in a new way. The exciting striping breaks up the colour tones and really brings them out.

  • Technical Info

    Design: Panorama / Colour: stone-white / Code: 1331501

    The length of the middle part varies according to the length of the rug.

    Finishing: Sewn edges and thin turned ends (thickness ca 5 mm). 
Also available with edging and backing.
 Rugs are supplied with soil-repellent treatment.

    Material: 86% paper yarn (weft), 14% cotton (warp)
    Weight: Approx. 1,90 kg/m2 

    Suggested application: residential

    Sizes: Rugs are supplied to order. 
The maximum width is 330 cm and the maximum length is 10 m.

    Features: Due to the tight weave, rugs do not ignite easily. 

    Antistatic. Suitable for persons with allergies.

  • Designer
    Ritva Puotila

    Ritva Puotila, artistic director of Woodnotes, founded Woodnotes with her son Mikko Puotila in 1987, basing the company on the concept of paper yarn. Puotila says that paper has properties that differ fundamentally from the other fibres she use: its lightness and rustling, its clean natural colour when unbleached, its whiteness and the glow of colour. Ritva Puotila has raised the status of this traditional Finnish material to a new level, that of designer textile. From the start, the Woodnotes collection consisted of a broad range of interior textiles, from carpets and blinds to upholstery and small objects for the home. Woodnotes' foray into this new field was rewarded immediately during its founding year with the French Oscar Prize, continuing with further recognition in subsequent years.

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  • Delivery

    5-6 weeks
    Made to order item

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