places collection


The Places collection is based on Tania’s associations and memories of the places she has visited as captured through her photography. From the flow of reeds through a river in Wales to a cracked pavement in Zurich. Translated into rugs, these unique images of nature’s abstractions are woven by hand from silk and wool.
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Zurich captures the meandering pattern of cracked lines on a pavement, reminding me of a place that will always be close to my heart, the city where I met my husband.
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As a single drop of water makes its way down a pane of condensation on a rainy day in London, a clear stripe of contrast is formed. A lasting reminder of my first days back in England after a long time away and a reminder that beauty can be found on a grey day too.
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Taken while strolling through Soho in New York, Manhattan is a woven translation of a glimpse of stained lines cascading down a side street wall. A happy memory of a lovely afternoon spent with close friends.
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In Newtown, reeds flow gently in the river current - a photo Tania took many years ago and an image she has always loved from time spent in Wales. A country she still calls home years after leaving.
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A detour to Winchester following a family outing to the seaside resulted in this fleeting reflection of leaves in a flash rainstorm puddle. An image that will always be a reminder of children skipping in and out of puddles delighted at an unexpected visit to this beautiful city.
Each of these intricate designs is translated into a luxurious hand knotted rug, made by artisans in Nepal, using a combination of Chinese silk and Himalayan wool. We have a long standing relationship with local rug producers and work closely with GoodWeave, a certification programme with a rigorous and binding set of rules that ensures no child labour is used in the production of our rugs.
Places Collection
The Places collection is based on Tania’s associations and memories of the places she has visited as captured through her photography. From the flow of reeds through a river in Wales to a cracked pavement in Zurich. Translated into rugs, these unique images of nature’s abstractions are woven by hand from silk and wool.

Manhattan

London

Zurich

Newtown

Winchester

Each of these intricate designs is translated into a luxurious hand knotted rug, made by artisans in Nepal, using a combination of Chinese silk and Himalayan wool. We have a long standing relationship with local rug producers and work closely with GoodWeave, a certification programme with a rigorous and binding set of rules that ensures no child labour is used in the production of our rugs.