Discover our wavy carpet pattern reflecting on Soviet architecture

Discover our wavy carpet pattern reflecting on Soviet architecture

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.

When walking around beautiful Yerevan, we could travel back in time. Soviet architecture focused on efficiency and unity. The beauty of architecture is that it reflects the culture of a nation at a specific period. Soviet architecture, for instance, focused on the citizens of the nation rather than outsiders. Thus, we ran into this unique wall feature that acts as a sound barrier near a highway in the Armenian city.

Inspired by the unique design of the wall feature, we create a wavy carpet design. The structure features grey and yellow tones in the concrete, which heavily inspires us. Additionally, we added some sharp angles to the design reminiscent of Soviet architecture with blocky constructions. This carpet is a great option for a commercial project that needs just the right unique touch.

Talk Carpet’s partnership with DIFFA allows 1% of custom carpet sales revenue to be donated to fight against AIDS/HIV with the specify with care program. Additionally, our custom carpet program allows you to create the carpet of your dreams. We offer nine carpet substrates that will fit your project budget, and you can get a sample within seven business days. To create your perfect carpet just like this wavy pattern, contact us. We will treat your project with the personal touch and innovative approach it deserves, all while maintaining an exemplary level of quality backed by a 15 year wear warranty.

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