During the Dutch Design Week plott presents their new collection of rugs. The designs are a confluence of a shared fascination for technology and craft and are designed digitally or analogously. The digital patterns consist of a recognizable combination of lines that rehearse tightly and geometrically. The analog patterns have an organic character and each walk a unique path because the origin is hand drawn. The surface of each carpet is open, creating a color dialogue between the carpet and its surface.
Fascinated by the qualities of materials, plott express themselves with their graphic language in material-based surfaces and products. They create techniques that are both technical and tactile, Thriving on processes whereby colour, material and detail matter. With their self-initiated research projects, they have explored the idea of digitally printed geometric patterns and surfaces. Continuously experimenting with different materials and methods to develop new structures, patterns, and textile bindings, they convert traditional techniques, such as stitching, weaving, and knitting, to modern technologies and products.