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Samare : Fléché rug

Native du Québec, la “Flèche” est une technique traditionnelle et manuelle du tressage de la laine. Les brins teints de differentes couleurs sont tissés pour créer des motifs de flèches ou d’éclairs. Signes distinctifs, ces tissages ornaient les ceinturons que les hommes portaient autour de leurs manteaux de fourrure.

Le studio de design québécois Samare, en association avec les designers textiles Linda Topic et Antonin Bachet, revisitent cette tradition ancestrale et imaginent Fléché, un tapis ou tenture murale, graphique, multicolore et de forme libre. Il complète la collection Pays d’en Haut Legacy initiée par le Studio Samare.

About : “Samare in association with textile designers Linda Topic and Antonin Bachet, introduce a new update to the Pays d’en Haut Legacy collection. The Fléché Rug is an innovative juxtaposition utilizing traditional felting techniques that feature powerful graphics of flames and bolts of lightning inspired by the native Quebec “fléchée” motif. The large scale rugs are available in four different palettes and also work nicely as wall hangings.”

About Samare : Samare Studio was founded in Montreal in 2007 by four architects/designers: Laurie Bedikian, Mania Bedikian, Nicolas Bellavance-Lecompte and Patrick de Barros. The studio proudly presents contemporary handmade objects produced by skilled artisans working via traditional craft techniques.

Photos © Samare

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