A new collaboration between cc-tapis and Atelier de Troupe.


 

 “Designed in Los Angeles, produced in Nepal, debuted in New York”, Le Tapis Nomade is a rug born from the collaboration between cc-tapis and Atelier de Troupe which embodies different cultures, identities and cinematographic references.

 

 

A juxtaposition of the nomadic aesthetic of Berber carpets and the art direction of Michelangelo Antonioni’s 1975 film, The Passenger, presented exclusively during New York Design Week at Atelier de Troupe Galerie. 

The stimulating encounter between the two realities culminated in a dedicated photo and video shoot in Milan at architectural icon Casa a Tre Cilindri by Bruno Mangiarotti and Angelo Morassutti. A location that played a key role in capturing the essence of Le Tapis Nomade, a rug that transcends era and locale creating something nomadic. 

Designed by Atelier de Troupe and produced and distributed by cc-tapis, Le Tapis Nomade is available in three different colors: gold, forest and sand. 

 

Casa a Tre Cilindri — 1962, Mangiarotti and Morasutti


About Atelier de Troupe


 

 

Atelier de Troupe is a design studio based in Los Angeles. Founded in 2011 by French former production designer Gabriel Abraham, Atelier de Troupe’s collections are bold yet referential, tempering the ascetic grammar of the Bauhaus with layered allusions to vintage Italian and French design. The brand’s furniture and lighting are comfortably minimalist, synthesizing disparate influences into one cohesive vision for modern living.

 


See Le Tapis Nomade for Atelier de Troupe here >>>

 


 

 

Photo by Mattia Greghi