Squaredance Fade To Grey

The ‘Squaredance’ collection draws inspiration from the movie “Crossing the bridge: the sound of Istanbul” presented at the Cannes film festival in 2005 and depicting the cultural life and thriving music scene of the city. Using the square as the basic element that repeats and spreads, the ‘Squaredance’ motifs bridge gaps between tradition and modernity, revealing disruptions and contrasts, similar to that in the movie. As Istanbul lies on the Bosphorus river, it was only logical to add a “fluid“ element to the design; a watercolour touch in the background which makes the pattern seem to be floating.


Available in two qualities:
50% Tibetan wool | 50% Chinese silk
80% Tibetan wool | 20% Chinese silk


Standard and custom sizes available.

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About the designers

Founded in Germany in 2007, Reuber Henning exemplifies hand-made design, in both form and philosophy. They know that a beautiful rug forms the heart of a room, and creates a warm, comfortable atmosphere essential to every home. Committed to understated artisanship – their rugs are made in Nepal by ancient techniques – Reuber Henning balances this approach with designs that are classic contemporary, capturing the spirit of the times. In fair working conditions local craftspeople use high-quality Chinese silk and Tibetan highland wool, working completely by hand at every stage of the process to ensure longevity of their product.

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