The modernist movement of the late 19th and early 20th centuries affect all aspects of western architecture, art, and interior design. One well-known French manufacture of textiles and carpets went out of business in the late 20th century, but was recently reborn by a Hon Kong-based company, which is looking to resurrect some of the company’s mid-century modern carpet designs.
A Historically Minded Collection of Carpets
By Dana Thomas
The New York Times Style Magazine
August 18, 2016