This Mid-Levels flat in Hong Kong features a Fort Street Studio carpet. The carpet is among many featured in Fort Street Studio’s book, A Tale of Warp and Weft. Photo: John Butlin
This Mid-Levels flat in Hong Kong features a Fort Street Studio carpet. The carpet is among many featured in Fort Street Studio’s book, A Tale of Warp and Weft. Photo: John Butlin

The luxury carpet revolution Fort Street Studio in Hong Kong launched, and the two American painters behind its vivid, arty designs

  • In 1993, Brad Davis and Janis Provisor were struck by the idea of making carpets that looked like paintings. Three years later they launched their first designs
  • The pair recall their years in Hangzhou and Hong Kong, and explain that Fort Street Studio was named after the North Point street in which they lived

This Mid-Levels flat in Hong Kong features a Fort Street Studio carpet. The carpet is among many featured in Fort Street Studio’s book, A Tale of Warp and Weft. Photo: John Butlin
This Mid-Levels flat in Hong Kong features a Fort Street Studio carpet. The carpet is among many featured in Fort Street Studio’s book, A Tale of Warp and Weft. Photo: John Butlin
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