German designer Elisa Strozyk can do no wrong in my book. She crafts beautiful flexible textiles out of wood making you wonder how she did it. Her Colored Wooden Rugs are another piece to her wooden textile puzzle of genius. Each rug is made up of rows of triangular shapes that are dyed to form various geometric patterns for the floor. Like her other works, the rugs are flexible and move on each side of every triangle letting you sculpt them into crumpled works of art or lay them flat on the floor.

" L I M I T E D - R E D ", 2013 wooden rug with dyed wood 170 cm x 240 cm

” L I M I T E D – R E D “, 2013
wooden rug with dyed wood
170 cm x 240 cm

" L I M I T E D - R E D "

” L I M I T E D – R E D “

" L I M I T E D - R E D "

” L I M I T E D – R E D “

" L I M I T E D - R E D "

” L I M I T E D – R E D “

" L I M I T E D - R E D "

” L I M I T E D – R E D “

" G R E Y - B L A C K - B I R C H ", 2011 wooden rug with dyed wood 150 cm x 210 cm

” G R E Y – B L A C K – B I R C H “, 2011
wooden rug with dyed wood
150 cm x 210 cm

" G R E Y - B L A C K - B I R C H "

” G R E Y – B L A C K – B I R C H “

" G R E Y - B L A C K - B I R C H "

” G R E Y – B L A C K – B I R C H “

" M O S T L Y - R E D ", 2011 wooden rug with dyed wood  150 cm x 210 cm

” M O S T L Y – R E D “, 2011
wooden rug with dyed wood
150 cm x 210 cm

" M O S T L Y - R E D "

” M O S T L Y – R E D “

" M O S T L Y - R E D "

” M O S T L Y – R E D “

Photos by Sebastian Neeb.