With today's domestic decorative fashion, the primary appeal of installing fibrous floor treatments is for the purpose of comfort and occasionally class. The ORIRI carpet system changes up the often unexciting notion of this household feature with a visually stimulating contemporary solution.
Kotzklein of Germany has devised a grid-based concept for designing mat patterns that draws upon the dynamic diagonals of a square template. Lines cut across and join up with some of the nine main nodes of the matrix to produce complex and idiosyncratic polygons, further enhanced with geometric intersections and changing color block gradients. The ORIRI carpet system generates engrossing abstract shapes like soft irregular tiling, pasted erratically underfoot to bring zest into public and private spaces.