Dutch designers create rugs using 3D printing, offcuts and a giant loom

Four studios presented very different floor coverings in a Dutch design showcased at London Design Festival, demonstrating a range of innovative techniques and technologies.

Colourful geometric rugs 3D-printed from polyamide fibres, and blankets and rugs made using a bespoke giant loom are just a few of items that were on show at Dutch Stuff.

The exhibition, which formed part of the London Design Fair in the Old Truman Brewery, featured the work of 25 studios based in the Netherlands.

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