A Color-Blocked Rug from a Swedish Architecture Design Star by

Issue 81 · Best of Architecture · July 19, 2013

A Color-Blocked Rug from a Swedish Architecture Design Star

Issue 81 · Best of Architecture · July 19, 2013

Our friends at Mjolk in Toronto, Juli and John Baker, introduced us to the colorblocked Totone rugs designed by Swedish architect Eero Koivisto of Claessen Koivisto Rune for Asplund a while back. Thanks a lot, you two! Now we're coveting one for ourselves.

For ordering information, contact Mjolk or Asplund directly.

Asplund Totone Rug

Above: The Totone dhurrie rug is handwoven from 100 percent New Zealand wool. Photo via Kitka.

Asplund Totone Rug

Above: The rugs come in a couple of different colorways, including blue and white and pale blue and brown. Photo via Kitka.

Totone Rug Asplund Kitka

Above: The Totone in situ at John and Juli's summer cabin. Photo via Kitka.

Totone rug Mjolk Guest Cottage

Above: A trio of Swedish botanical prints hang above the Pirkka dining set from Artek.

Take a tour of the cabin at Unveiled: Canada's Most Beautiful Guest Cottage.

 

 



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