“To See The Sky” staircase by Yoko Ono inspires this custom carpet pattern

Christophe Prosper Rammant
Christophe Prosper Rammant

Christophe is one of our founders and creative director. His passions are interiors, cooking, and traveling the globe for new inspiration.

We recently visited the Contemporary Art Center in Cordoba, where a Yoko Ono exhibit of three significant pieces is currently on show. One of them is the staircase, “To See The Sky,” which MoMa first exhibited in 2015. She made a particular version for the museum in Cordoba, which has been on display since 2017. We felt very inspired by the blue ombré staircase and created a custom pattern mimicking the gradient and spiral into an organic linear carpet. 

If you love this pattern and would like to see it in different color options, then please reach out to one of our team members. As part of the ege carpets custom program, we can customize colors and scale to your requirements. You also have the option out of nine base qualities, such as Axminster-style wool/nylon blends, recycled nylon, or regular nylon. The tremendous flexibility makes ege carpets suitable for a vast range of projects. Whether in the hospitality, corporate, or multifamily segment, we have the right commercial carpet solution.

Are you looking for more custom pattern ideas? Check here.

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organic linear carpet, “To See The Sky” staircase by Yoko Ono inspires this custom carpet pattern

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