This incredible feature rug takes center stage at the base of a 3-storey atrium, where it can be appreciated at different scales and angles. For both employees and customers, the space provides a reminder of our Aboriginal history and people, and the importance of keeping such a beautiful art form alive. The design tells a story of community and personal connection, showcasing and supporting the work of a gifted emerging Aboriginal artist.
“The rug adds a truly unique and vibrant look and feel to the customer floor, and is a beautiful addition to the project by a very talented young Aboriginal artist.” – Kristy Ball, Director of Architecture at Hot Black.
“To have the story of my Dhagaan and I translated into such a large scale textile is absolutely mind blowing. The rug turned out better than I could have ever imagined!” – Lakkari Pitt, artist.