La Manufacture Cogolin—reproducing modernist carpet designs in the 21st century
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.
By Dana Thomas
The New York Times Style Magazine
August 18, 2016