For this eroded concrete carpet, we take inspiration from Daniel Arsham’s Christian Dior Eroded Telephone Future Relic as well his Rimowa Eroded attache. Arsham uses visual art to create each eroded sculpture and landscape. He plays around with form and space to make brilliant handmade art. The telephone relic is an old-school telephone that resembles an ancient artifact. The artwork is part of Dior and Arsham’s art collaboration ‘crate’. The telephone looks like it is eroding with a precious quartz gemstone coming out of the phone.
Similarly, the other relic is in the form of a Rimowa briefcase. The sculpture is metal, aluminum, and sandstone. The packaging of the eroded sculpture is in an actual Rimowa briefcase that makes the relic seem like an ancient version of a modern-day item. The timeless piece is unique and is a part of a collector’s edition.
We create a unique custom carpet design that translates Daniel Arsham’s eroded artifact effect. For our concrete carpet design, we use concrete subfloor texture, overlayed with a traditional tartan carpet. The combination gives it a cool deteriorating effect. Color-wise we opted for soft earth tones, however, these are fully customizable.
If you like this concrete carpet or want to create your own custom design, contact one of our team members and we will help you get started. Through our custom carpet program, we design wall-to-wall carpet patterns or commercial area rugs with an endless number of color variations. Starting as low as $21/SY, we can send you a custom sample in seven business days. Whether you need carpeting for your hotel, office, or hospitality project, we have the perfect custom carpet for you.
At talk carpet, we reduce consumer waste by creating space-adapted roll layouts. We use sustainable regenerated materials as well as minimize the amount of material used in our carpets. Talk Carpet is now also a part of DIFFA’s specify with care program, and 1% of sales revenue will be donated to DIFFA to fight against HIV/AIDS.