- By: Outrageous Rugs
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Renowned French interior designer Jean-Philippe Nuel has recently released rug designs inspired by graffiti art displayed in Piscine Molitor, an old swimming pool complex that has become a haven for graffiti artists.
His latest rug creations are named “Beijing”, “Chennai”, and “Miami”. The modern design rugs are made of polyamide fabric and made use of close to 24 different colors, according to a news release. These rugs were created by Nuel as part of the new collection by Roche Bobois, a French brand known for contemporary design.
Nuel has lent his talents to create interior design for many of the top hotels worldwide, including France’s Radisson Blu, Belgium’s Le Meridien Brussels, Malta’s Hilton Hotel, Hungary’s Sofitel Budapest, and more.
Piscine Molitor, once a landmark swimming pool, played host to the unveiling of the first bikini. While it has become abandoned starting in 1989, the area is now home to a new luxury hotel and spa complex. Nuel was hired for the new building’s interiors, and said that the graffiti art has been preserved.
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