A stroke of luck: In his exhibition “Full House” at the MAKK in Cologne, Stefan Diez develops new perspectives on design in a globalized world and in so doing presents himself and how he works.
“Contura Design” bears a similarity to “Contura Creation” with respect to both construction and design: A finely crafted loop pile in solution-dyed quality with two out-of-the-ordinary designs that can be laid either as broadloom from the roll or as tile. A discreet variation is offered by a reserved yet complex design displaying an irregularly dispersed rhomboid grid in muted colours. The basic hues in black, grey and grey-brown are combined unobtrusively with silvery shimmering yarns reminiscent of a starry sky or a lush, verdant green, both rich in contrasts. Two multilayered, trendoriented stripe designs exhibiting lively colours allow for a more distinctive floor design: Fine lines made up of variegated shades offer the possibility to set accents in a room.
shades of orange
shades of blue
shades of green
shades of grey