Röd Studio

Co-founded by Danish textile designers Anne Louise Rasmussen and Maja Marie Halling, Copenhagen-based Röd Studio creates experimental carpet designs using materials as diverse as horse and goat hair and dyed wool.

Röd Studio’s new collection of Moroccan-inspired carpets, Assemblage, is a textile rainbow of colours and shapes, representing the duo’s subjective interpretation of the visual identity of the city of Marrakech.

“Originally we got fascinated by the aesthetic complexity of Marrakech, where the abundance of colours, patterns and tactility create a tantalizing experience,” Rasmussen and Halling explain. The result is an interesting take on traditionally tasteful design: “Our work always reflects our curiosity and passion for combining various materials and techniques, along with our interest in challenging traditional colour palettes and thereby the conventional ideas of good taste.”


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