ICI QUADRATUS & QUADRATUS MONO PATCHWORK COLLECTIONS
Made of hemp kilims of Anatolia (mainland , Asian part of modern Turkey, also named as Asia Minor historically) ICI Quadratus & Quadratus Mono patchwork Collections are geometric displays empowered by repetition of simple shapes.
Hemp kilims are striking samples of Anatolian weavings and they are simple, coarse, archaic floor coverings mostly woven in and around central Anatolia, newest ones are 50 years old.
Iterative, dark colored wool stripes, embroidered burdock and helical patterns are the most common ornaments of authentic hemp weavings.
Traditional hemp kilims are first colored mostly by pastel shades then cut into small patches. They are combined together with a zig zag stitch which reemphasise the lines and forms of the patchwork pattern.
Frames around squares create a three dimensional effect and slightly perceived diagonal lines make ICI Quadratus patchworks visually more expansive.
Neutrality and calmness of the collections enable both classic and contemporary styling options.
Available in twenty bicolored and five monocolored options ICI Quadratus patchwork collections are splendid combinations of classic and modern design.