Editor of designer rugs, Codimat Collection gives carte blanche to decorators, painters and sculptors so that they, in turn, can give free reign to their creativity and imagine novel patterns, textures and colour harmonies for exceptional rugs that will enhance and transform any floor.
The first artistic project by Alexandre Benjamin Navet with Codimat Collection was born in 2019 during the exhibition Art Brussels. From this exhibition was born this collection of four rugs Parcelles and carpet slabs that invents another playful relationship on the floor: the possibility of working the textile floor as a mosaic that leaves everyone free to play on a variety of assemblages of patterns.
A history of lines and curves, a memory of the sea horizon and sea bubbling with impatience, a look at architecture and nature! For this second collection, artist Pernille Picherit plays with lines, tries a palette of colors that juxtaposes with force the cold and the hot, between power and softness… and with artistic boldness deconstructs its pattern so that it escapes from the conventional frame of the carpet.
An extension of the dreamlike universe of Catherine Gran, tinged with humour and poetry, lulled by Lewis Caroll and Jules Verne, this collection of four drawings edited by Codimat Collection, declined in rugs and carpet slabs, re-enchants the decorative floors.
Between tradition and modernity, this collection, designed by Yves Taralon, is inspired by the Orient: high in color, born of his imagination, then nourished by his journeys and his culture of civilizations, this collection illustrates the symbolism of ancestral cultures.
Mattia Bonetti has designed a collection of carpets in subtle tones, as softened by time.
The pencil lines make the differences between the colours which remain blurred in a misty atmosphere. Scottish, striped or designed by overlay effects.
I have expressed myself through what I loved in my life:
in homes, gardens, furniture, interior design…”
Bayadère stripes, feline motifs, banana leaves, powdered colours… His legacy, born in the middle of the Art Deco, knows now its moment of glory.