Each of the collections below consists of between eight and ten designs, which form the inspiration for your unique needs in size and colour.
Please visit our showroom to see actual room-sized examples of some of the collection, so that you may get a sense of the quality and feel of these carpets.
Our showroom also has a full set of catalogues detailing all available designs, many quality and colour samples, as well as a colour-blanket and colour-poms showing all custom colours that are available.
The Aminima Collection was conceived to provide clients with subtle and elegant designs, but with a minimum of pattern or colour.
The Tiret Collection super-imposes layers of Tirets (dashes in French) onto the background, creating a random and organic effect. The colours in the different layers can be customized to create a very subtle, tonal effect.
The Série Collection connects the art on the wall with the art on the floor. Marcel Zelmanovitch has created 9 Series of 9 paintings each. The idea is for a client to select a Series which appeals to them, and then choose one image from that series for the carpet, while the images from the series are hung on the wall.
A collection of classic, transitional designs that can easily be scaled to fit any room size.
The Kimono collection is inspired by ancient Japanese Kimono designs. Zelmanovitch has interpreted the colours, shapes and compositions into a fascinating set of carpets. Available in qualities up to 200,000 knots, the pieces are simply outstanding. Please visit our showroom to see images of the Kimono fabrics which inspired these wonderful designs.
The Grand Fleuve collection is meant to evoke the landscape of Africa: its arid soils, rough vegetation, mountains and valleys, dotted with pockets of lushness. The carpet pile is a luxurious 3/4 inch high, with a knot density of 150,000.
This collection is inspired by farm fields, viewed from up high, as if from an airplane. Although bold and geometric, none of the lines are perfectly straight, thus giving the carpets a very organic feel.
The inspiration of this collection were geological cross-sections. The viewer is reminded of the fissures and folds which penetrate deep into the Earth below.
The theme of this collection was to highlight the uniqueness of Nepal's rugs by drawing parallels between untreated yarn, first dyed and then woven, and parrots' feathers.
This theme includes several designs which draw their inspiration from the birds' plumage and bring to mind their audacious harmonies.
The facades of London's ancient buildings often have a vertical symmetry around which the structure and windows are arranged. This collection plays on the oppositions between hot and cold, dark and light and also evokes the art of stained glass creation.
Exploring the idea of matching tones, this collection plays on the slight differences in shades of two colours used, highlighting the assorted materials utilized to make the rugs.
Behind each rug in this collection is a painting that Marcel Zelmanovitch interprets freely. The yarn is silky, the design well-defined, the full effect producing a fine moire.
A collection based on the symmetrical composition of rectangles and squares.
The Abrach collection consists of designs containing a multitude of horizontal lines. The pieces can be very subtle tone on tone, or playful by using combinations of vibrant colours.