Geo-shaped sequences and repetition are definitive characteristically of the Bouroullec brothers and have been led to work on the Blur Rug, a collection which offers two separate readings, thanks to their expertise, meticulousness and incessant ability to always go a step further. An unidentified, distracting surface that gives the array its name is evident in the view of the rock from afar. However, as the rug comes closer, lines and rhythmic rhombuses are exposed in the purest kinetic form, in different dimensions. This distorted effect was achieved by reversing the conventional tissue of kilims that makes it far more laborious to continue. This tissue shift is responsible for blurring lines, combining two colours, making an old teapot that reminds of the past.