In order to bring the pioneering design project to fruition, OBJECT CARPET and Polyflor, two leading names in the field of floor design, partnered up to push the boundaries of design. The synergy of the two companies and the creative energy of the young designer is sure to result in a striking collection, which will undoubtedly turn heads at Designers’ Saturday.
Because the Norwegian designer Stine Aas has really made a name for herself on the furniture and textile design scene. After completing a Master’s degree at the Bergen Academy of Art and Design, she founded her own studio in 2015 and created a diverse portfolio of furniture, lighting solutions, and home accessories. Stine Aas’ design philosophy is all about durability, integrity, and achieving harmony between choice of material and function.
The “Fragmented” collection is inspired by Sverre Fehn, a pioneer in the field of architecture, and embraces iconic, cubic shapes, but interprets them in a new, exciting way. “Fragmented” features two carpets, available in four different color combinations, which strike the perfect balance between minimalist design and sophisticated execution.
Speaking about her collaboration with Polyflor and OBJECT CARPET, Stine Aas explains:
“I was fascinated by this assignment as, although it was brief and specific, it was still very much open to interpretation. I saw this as an opportunity to immerse myself in the work of Sverre Fehn.” She goes on to say that “it is really exciting to work with an established carpet manufacturer for the contract market that is so dedicated to quality and sustainability.”
Designer’s Saturday in Oslo offers the ideal stage for visitors to experience firsthand the extraordinary juxtaposition of design, aesthetics, and innovation in the “Fragmented” collection, designed by Stine Aas for OBJECT CARPET and Polyflor.