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Royal Thai and Zaha Hadid Design launch carpet collection

A RE/Form "striation" design by Zaha Hadid Design and Royal Thai.

A RE/Form “striation” design by Zaha Hadid Design and Royal Thai.

Image: Royal Thai

Royal Thai has launched a new collection of carpet designs, RE/Form, created in partnership with Zaha Hadid Design.

The collection consists of 22 designs, inspired by four themes that feature prominently in Zaha Hadid’s work: striated lines, ribbonlike projections, pixelated landscapes and organic cellular shapes.

Patterns within each grouping capture Hadid’s signature use of interweaving, layering and play with light and shadow. These designs introduce new and custom colors for Royal Thai commercial carpets, with hues of turquoise, red and green in the color palettes.

Translated into Axminster and hand-tufted carpets, the designs represent “reconfiguration, metaphorical renewal and transformation.”

RE/Form is a celebration of Hadid’s legacy and Royal Thai’s passion for finding inspiration in everything.

Zaha Hadid Design is the design arm of Zaha Hadid Architects focused on exhibitions, interiors, product, fashion and furniture.

Royal Thai is distributed in Australia by Above Left.

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