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Stepevi presents a revolutionary ecological carpet concept

The Revival Project by Stepevi marks an inspiring journey towards a sustainable future, where conscious living seamlessly intertwines with timeless elegance. The collection introduces a revolutionary ecological carpet concept, reshaping design paradigms with remastered technology. Using only regenerated yarns, Stepevi demonstrates a profound commitment to environmental stewardship.

Embracing the philosophy of 'refined modern luxury', The Revival Project by Stepevi exemplifies the company's dedication to exclusivity and sustainability. The collection showcases four bespoke designs: Lagoon, Savanna, Flow, and Canyon, tailored for the end-consumer with customizable options for hospitality and luxury retail projects.

The Revival Project is inspired by topographical maps and gives an impression of movement that sweeps and meanders across the surface, providing a striking focal point of luxurious tactility within any space. Composing vivid colours that provide jewel-like intensity, Savanna and Lagoon represent bold and modern interpretations of organic patterns found in the natural world. The surface textures feature differing levels of depth and evoke the bold blues of the oceans from afar alongside the earth's rustic tones. Flow and Canyon behold shades of red and neutral enhanced by fluid lines that imitate the movement of a river.

These exquisite creations feature yarns dyed with environmentally friendly colours and water-based adhesives, ensuring both aesthetic appeal and environmental responsibility. An additional initiative includes the recycling and distribution of textile waste products to local textile companies in and around Stepevi's home city of Isparta in Turkey.

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