Crossing lines with plott

Founded in the design capital of Eindhoven, the collective studio plott was one of the four studios presenting very different floor coverings in a Dutch design showcase at the London Design Festival.

Demonstrating a range of innovative techniques and technologies, the studio plott presented: Crossing lines, a series of colourful geometric 3D-printed rugs that unite technique with tactility.

The designers, Rudi Boiten and Mireille Burger, are both fascinated by the collaboration between man and machine, and constantly experiment with new and existing techniques. The qualities of the materials are also a key point feature, as they express themselves through material-based surfaces and products.

The designers explain that “each pattern has its own playful interplay of lines where the open mesh arrangements and bright colours create a visual dialogue between the rugs and their underlying surfaces.” According to them, these designs are a clear visualization of their fascination for technology, traditional craft, geometric pattern, colour and shape.