Hay Two Ways Carpet designed by Merete Erbou Laurent
Merete Erbou Laurent finished with a fabric level from The Jutland Art Academy in 1970 then learnt spatial layout at the Aarhus School of Architecture, graduating in 2004. Amongst her many events are "Djurslandskaber" at GrenÃ¥ Kunstforening in 2006, FORMAT in Rundetårn (The Round Tower) in 2001, and "KIC", Kunsthåndværk i centrum, in 2006-2007. Merete Erbou Laurent typically uses paper thread in her work and incorporates colours in a manner that makes the resulting offices look like layout things, and also artworks. In 2005, she was awarded the travel grant from Ole Haslund's Structure, and in 2007 the working grant from The Danish Arts Foundation.In current years Erbou has used this background to establish out to discover the production of flooring carpets in paper yearn at her very own style workshop. She utilizes her many years of creative office-- now matched with a modern style education and learning-- to establish a carpet layout integrating her artistic skill with workmanship and commercial manufacturing.Two Ways CarpetTwo Ways-- the name reveals its secret: The Merete Erbou Laurent designed carpet by Hay is useful from both sides ensuring a various result. The special something: Two Ways is made of paper yarns in three various tones each one: fluorescent, grey and natural. It keeps dust from undergoing to the paper and it makes it much easier to wash it.