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Antron® carpet fibre goes pop art


INVISTA’s Antron® carpet fibre and Vorwerk have made an impact on the art scene at an exhibition of 18th Century furniture and attire.

Some 1,200m2 of Vorwerk’s Dialog Art Collection has taken the Benday Dots and hard edges that characterise Roy Lichtenstein’s works and placed them in the Stadtschloss in Weimar. The carpet covered the halls, staircases, galleries and rooms of the ‘To what end does Carl August need a Goethe?’ exhibition.

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