Using discarded objects found near to their studio, Fly Tip appears at first glance like a vibrant jumble of random objects. In actual fact, like so much of Committee's work, the design is painstakingly considered and explores an underlying theme. The forest of rubbish (reminiscent of an inverted Baroque ceiling) shows us that beauty can be found where you least expect it, yet it also reminds us of today's over-consumption and the vast amount of wastage that results.
This rug is entirely handmade, from the spinning of the yarns to the weaving on the loom. It is unique, and has been crafted by weavers in the Kathmandu area, whose skills have been passed down through many generations. We use only the finest natural yarns; the Tibetan wool is renowned for its softness and durability, while the fine silk brings a delicate lustre that enhances the design of the rug. To this we have added the vision of a world class designer, and the result is a hand knotted contemporary rug of extraordinary beauty which will itself become an heirloom to be treasured for years to come.