ReForm Terra by Ege

A couple of weeks ago we showed you the Reform Artworks collection from Ege, well today we bring you the next in the Reform family…

Inspired by

The name ‘Terra’ is a Latin word meaning Earth. This collection takes its inspiration from diverse landscapes from around the world. ReForm Terra_0795430_001Wild forests transform to a palette of greens blending into a soft shaped motif. The roaring oceans meet in dramatic and extremely powerful bluish points of intersection topped with light foam. The dry wind mixes shades of orange, red and brown when tiny grains of sand transform into new desert sculptures.

The multi-dimensional design features various yarn layers constantly revealing new details to the watchful eye: a chain of mountains, a deep woodland lake or a field burned to the ground. Terra comes in nine beautiful colours. Born as a broadloom product, Terra is available as tiles and the innovative Figura shapes too.ReForm Terra_0795530_001ReForm – an environmental friendly choice

The ReForm family holds the regenerated and regenerable ECONYL® yarns based on used fishing nets and other industrial waste that are reborn as strong and hardwearing ege carpets.
On top of that, all ReForm tiles are equipped with ege’s patented Ecotrust backing made from used water bottles that are transformed into a soft yet extremely strong felt material. The Ecotrust backing adds acoustic advantages and improved comfort to any room. All Terra carpets are Cradle to Cradle CertifiedTM.

The Designer

Karen Nybo is an experienced designer who has developed several ege collections and worked with architects and interior designers on countless design projects around the world.Karen Nybo_bred_vnContact Ege Carpets


About Alys Bryan

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