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Kelim Untitled_​AB11 Carpet

by Alain Biltereyst
for Kvadrat

Kelim Untitled_​AB11 Carpet

by Alain Biltereyst
for  Kvadrat

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Untitled_​AB11, by designer Alain Biltereyst for Kvadrat, ventures into the realm of form, scale, and dimen­sion, mirror­ing the graphic language of past Biltereyst designs. This rug intro­duces an intrigu­ing inter­play of typo­graphic forms, creat­ing a dynamic and vibrant expres­sion that capti­vates the senses.

The design of Untitled_​AB11 is marked by its bold explo­ration of scale and form, invit­ing viewers to engage with its dynamic compo­si­tion. The rug estab­lishes a direct and ener­getic person­al­ity that enlivens any space by rein­ter­pret­ing typo­graphic elements in a new context.

Avail­able in two distinc­tive color­ways — Slate and Pink — Untitled_​AB11 draws inspi­ra­tion from the vibrant hues found in urban envi­ron­ments, adding a contem­po­rary edge to its visual appeal. 

With its playful yet sophis­ti­cated design, Untitled_​AB11 brings a sense of dynamism and creativ­ity to inte­rior spaces. Whether used as a state­ment piece in a mini­mal­ist envi­ron­ment or as a bold accent in a more eclec­tic décor scheme, this rug makes a memo­rable impres­sion and sparks conver­sa­tion wher­ever it is placed.


Alain Biltereyst

Alain Biltereyst's abstract artworks reflect his ongoing fascination with the visual elements of urban landscapes. Inspired by the vibrant functionality of commercial signage, including typography, logos, and advertising graphics, his works offer a purely visual and material experience devoid of narrative constraints. Often created on small, object-like panels, Biltereyst's pieces exhibit meticulous attention to layering, surface texture, and specific colors and shapes, often presented as a series that builds upon each other.

Based in Brussels, Biltereyst highlights the inherent beauty of everyday designs, such as manhole covers, fence patterns, or airplane logos. Working primarily on thick panels, he emphasizes layering, repetition, and the recurrence of specific motifs in color and shape. By isolating and reimagining elements from advertising and design, Biltereyst creates diminutive artworks that straddle the line between precious objects and fragments of design history. The carefully chosen scale and painterly surfaces draw viewers into a crafted homage to the world of advertising and design surrounding us.

Through his tile-like panels and more significant works, Biltereyst celebrates the convergence of historical abstraction with everyday aesthetics, treating his source material with reverence and transforming it into cherished discoveries within his artistic practice.

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