Geometric Design Modern Transitional Rug, Country of Origin: Pakistan, Circa date: Modern – Watching old films of buildings falling and colliding into each other during an earthquake, or due to time itself, is something that gives people pause. However, it is also something that is fascinating to watch as each structure crumbles and tumbles down, crashing like dominoes into the building next to it. It is a fascinating image and it also offers a unique perspective on how design can change in a blink of an eye.
This modern transitional rug is kind of like that. Its geometric shapes closely resembling the basic representation of buildings standing tall in one moment then colliding and crashing into each other the next. The rectangles, polygons and squares in blues and grays take on an appearance of tenement buildings in a city, with light reflecting over the tops. As the second “building” angles and falls towards the upright first one, a sense of awe and maybe impending doom looms. Maybe nothing will happen, maybe everything will happen. That said, in this fascinating Pakistani rug, the overall impact of the design and color is quite calming.
That is the mystery of this art rug. Even though it initially just appears to be geometric shapes, it can take on the forms of more familiar urban and modern objects. The architectural rug can be representational of just about anything familiar or unfamiliar to the viewer, or it can simply be a highly decorative area rug with geometric shapes.
While it is an architectural piece, it does border on being an abstract rug design. The owner of this modern area rug can choose however to see it and encourage others to see it in unique ways too. Wile this piece would look phenomenal in any urban modern decor style, its soft and more neutral coloration, combined with its more organic design, make it an easy rug to place and position within your current decor style.