Triangles by Bertjan Pot

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Milan Design Week 2013 presented a preview of Golran‘s «Triangles», by the Dutch designer Bertjan Pot. Pot was selected for his focus on textile research, patterns, and colour palettes.

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The collection is composed of four different designs of Kilim, some of these are also available in several colours. All designs’ starting point is the study of the kilim weaving, in order to emphasize the horizontal and diagonal linear features of the art.

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The whole collection is based on the triangle, reiterated to form a grid of different patterns, from which diamond and hexagonal shapes ensue. The colour play pair up slightly contrasting tones, creating woven kaleidoscopic rugs.

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This colour harmony along with the pattern’s research, perfectly links the historical background to this new contemporary context. To emphasize the geometries and plays of colour, the designer has created poufs in different forms to be combined and contrasted with a carpet for a complete look corresponding to certain expressions of contemporary art.

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Bertjan Pot was born in 1975 in Nieuwleusem, Netherlands. After graduating from the Design Academy in 1988, he began his career as a designer alongside Daniel Withe, under the alias «The Monkey Boys».

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In 2003 he opened his own studio in Schiedam. His work centres on the creation of furniture and furnishings, intensely focused on the technological research of materials, patterns, colour palettes, and the textures of fabrics.

Material research is the general starting point for almost every project. Technical research and creativity are the elements that break the boundaries of industrial production, as with his self-produced projects. In addition to these, he has collaborated with a large number of companies and institutions such as Moooi, Arco, Goods, Montis, Feld, Gelderland, Established & Sons, Alturo Alvarez, Richard Lampert, Domestic, Moustache, Museum Boijmans van Beuningen, and the AUDAX Textielmuseum Tilburg.

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