Blog articles in June 2017

Brintons launches new RIBA accredited CPD Presentation - Carpet Manufacturing Processes

Brintons have always been regarded as experts in the manufacture of high quality woven Axminster and Wilton carpet and we are now sharing our knowledge with architects so they can gain a greater understanding of the process involved in manufacturing carpets.

We’re pleased to say our third CPD presentation Module 3: Carpet Manufacturing Processes has been approved by RIBA.

This CPD seminar expores the different types of carpet construction and their features and benefits. The presentation also gives a valuable insight in to the tremendous variety across different manufacturing processes and the relative attributes of each method.

The presentation has been assessed by RIBA (The Royal Institute of British Architects) for quality of content and relevance, so attendees can be confident that they are learning something both useful and informative.

Please visit our online form to book your Brintons CPD presentation.

Brintons partners with Shezad Dawood at Clerkenwell Design Week

We launched a pop-up art installation with contemporary artist and filmmaker Shezad Dawood with works woven by Brintons at Clerkenwell Design Week. Exhibited in a loading bay venue, alongside visual motifs and themes drawn from Dawood’s portfolio, the carpets feature bold colours and subtle photographic representations.

The layering of imagery within the designs utilises the full range of our 32-colour High Definition Weave technology, our signature innovation that allows for a wide spectrum of design possibilities and dynamic patterns.

Avebury Rock by Shezad Darwood (2017), woven by Brintons

Joe Versus the Volcano by Shezad Darwood (2017), woven by Brintons

Multiple White-Out Palms by Shezad Darwood (2017), woven by Brintons

The exhibition space and nearby pop-up showroom consisted of four Brintons carpet-lined transformed sheds.

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