Perspectives on architecture

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‘Hoovering demands a new level of skill for the owner of this dramatic rug by Annette Nix. Although recessed in pile, the pebbles are real enough as are the sunflower heads floating in a mirrored dish of water. Hand-tufted in pure wool, the rugs are described by Nix as “conceptual”. They would certainly add wit and style to the mapled acreage of your urban loft. Those with children or pets might do better to commission one of her carpets incorporating slate, perspex or chainmail, which she uses to equally striking effect’.

Ros Byam Shaw

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