Chinoiseries Collection

FRANCE, Paris. At the 2012 Monaco Yacht Show, Tai Ping celebrated its newly designed flagship showroom in Paris and its Chinoiseries collection, both by designer Ramy Fischler.

“Ramy Fischler, the designer behind the transformation of Tai Ping’s Hôtel de Livry, a gracious 18th-century mansion in Saint Germain, took key elements from the new space—including 18th-century-inspired French Chinoiserie and the artisanship and materials that are at the heart of every Tai Ping rug—and translated them for the stand,” reveals Anne-Laure Henry-Tonnerre at Tai Ping.

Detailing on the La Valliere

Fischler’s rug designs were the main focus of Tai Ping’s Monaco 2012 collection. To complement the Belgian industrial designer’s creations, the rug specialist has recoloured 20 of the brand’s most popular patterns in pale pastels. “The samples highlight Tai Ping’s unparalleled craftsmanship and technical invention, as well as the irresistible tactility and lustre that come from using pure silk and the finest wool.”

The complex border offsets against traditional wooden flooring

A part of the new collection is Fischler’s La Vallière rug, which combines blues, greys and whites to form the shape of swirling clouds. The design also features a curving boarder for added interest and complexity.

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