Ron Arad

“Do Low Resolution”. A low resolution pixelated image, reflected on a three-dimensional surface. A tandem of volumes and levels.

Signed by Ron Arad, Do-Lo-Rez is the union of two pieces, rug and sofa, understood as a single element. Created jointly, they build an unusual project that brings the virtual world closer to the real one.

Its name comes from the expression “do low resolution” and the idea came to him by seeing a pixelated image in low resolution, which he materialized through a three-dimensional surface. The rug is made using the handtufting technique and leveling each square at a different height from its adjacent one.

On the other hand, its extraordinary format involves multiple vertices that seem like the ends of an unfinished puzzle. This set of volumes and levels allows for custom-made rugs.


Georges Pompidou 2008

Designed by

Ron Arad

By combining playful shapes and experiments with the use of advanced technology, Ron Arad has become one of the most influential designers of our time in design and architecture.