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Peace Industry Introduces Fall Collection with Four Independent Designers

10.19.17 | By
Peace Industry Introduces Fall Collection with Four Independent Designers
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Peace Industry, a brand that specializes in Iran-made felt rugs, recently partnered with four independent designers for their Fall 2017 collection, including Alison Damonte, Hinterland Design, Raha Raissnia, and Disc Interiors. The rug collaborations show new, modern approaches to the age-old techniques of felt making through experimentation. Take a look.

You-me by Alison Damonte

Giving nod to abstract, minimalist painters, like Sol Lewitt and Ellsworth Kelly, the Alison Damonte Collection overlaps geometric forms that result in unusual rug shapes.

You-me by Alison Damonte \\\ Photo by Bruce Damonte

You-me by Alison Damonte \\\ Photo by Bruce Damonte

Sunrise by Alison Damonte

Sunrise by Alison Damonte

Tango by Alison Damonte

Making Tango

Fringe by Hinterland Design

Hinterland Design merges floating geometric shapes and pale gray backgrounds for a Memphis-deco feel. Accent curves and asymmetrical fringe add unexpected, yet playful details resulting in a post-modern look.

Radius by Hinterland Design

Rahita by Raha Raissnia

Multi-media artist Raha Raissnia brings a “raw and unstructured” aesthetic by referencing her own black and white oil paintings and black and white films.

Rahita by Raha Raissnia

Rahita by Raha Raissnia

Link by Disc Interiors

Disc Interiors

Link by Disc Interiors

Link by Disc Interiors

Field by Disc Interiors

Ink runners by Disc Interiors

Climb by Disc Interiors

Climb by Disc Interiors

Making Climb

To purchase the rugs from the Fall 2017 collection, shop here.

Caroline Williamson is Editorial Director of Design Milk. She has a BFA in photography from SCAD and can usually be found searching for vintage wares, doing New York Times crossword puzzles in pen, or reworking playlists on Spotify.