Women in Design is an exhibition of rugs created by Agnella’s pioneering designers. Each designer created a mini collection inspired by their own creative concept, with themes as far-reaching as the natural world and human nature, ceramics and fabric, Greek mythology and Japanese culture, as well as post-war modernist architecture and the work Polish avant-garde painter Władysław Strzemiński. This captivating collection premiered during the Łódź Design Festival 2021, before moving to our showroom where it was presented as part of the Agnella Rug Show
Spotllight on: Line Structure
Artists and Agnella designers collaborated on this unique creative project, which opened at this year’s Agnella Rug Show. The starting point for the creations was the work of Tim Ingold, a professor of social anthropology, who in his book ‘Lines. A Brief History’ explores the ‘life of the line’, and encourages readers to look at the world through the prism of various weaves that together form one huge fabric.
A true celebration of the arts
As a brand that celebrates art and creativity, we’re delighted to support a special series of concerts honouring the timeless music of Fryderyk Chopin. ‘Autumn with Chopin’ organized by Podlasie Opera and Philharmonic brings together outstanding young pianists and award-winning piano masters for a colourful occasion and wonderful music.
Bright ideas for modern rugs
In collaboration with Design Alive magazine’s House of Ideas at the Warsaw Home fair 2019, local design studio Kosmos Project selected a number of Agnella rugs to complement their video game-inspired creative concept. The space demonstrates the versatility of our contemporary rug collections, whether in art spaces or homes.
Where wool becomes a work of art
As part of the Łódź Design Festival 2019, Agnella teamed up with Spanish designer Jamie Hayon on his ambitious “Masquemask” project, consisting of a series of giant mask tapestries. Each of the 14 masks took our team 50 hours to finish by hand and used 130km of wool yarn in total.
A celebration of the arts
At the Podlasie Opera and Philharmonic’s Up To Date Festival’s ‘Zone of Silence’ space, Agnella rugs became a part of the performance, providing festival goers with a relaxing and comfortable floor covering on which to lie whilst enjoying the ambient music and surrounds.