Free the carpet from Anderssen & Voll for Røros Tweed reminiscent of late autumn with its colours. The free collection is inspired by the traditional runners, which are found in endless variations in almost every mountain hut in Norway. With this new interpretation, the typical repeated color rhythm dissolves and the colors change to a soft and twisted zigzag.
Peder Hiort, who was director of the Røros Copper Works in the 18th century, bequeathed his entire fortune to the poor of Røros - a will which is characterized as one of the wisest donations in the Nordics, as it showed a unique foresight and a social responsibility which still has its justification today in other parts of the world.
Røros Tweed is a continuation of the Hiort Foundation's Homework business, it began with weaving courses in 1938, where the textiles were produced in people's private homes, later investments were made in machines, and everything was transferred to factory production.
The factory's production is now concentrated on textiles of 100% pure new wool, with designs inspired by the cultural heritage and the fascinating high mountain nature of Røros.
Dimensions: W: 150 x L: 200 cm.
Material: 100% new wool
Design: Røros Tweed/Anderssen & Voll
Model: Røros Fri wool plaid, By The Fire, no. 3452
Care: The lambswool rug can only be cleaned by hand washing at 30 degrees.