Pioneer in innovation & climate protection in Hamburg
Hossein Hamzeh - Artist & Innovation Manager
Born 1970 in Tabriz/ Iran. In addition to the love of his homeland, the love of carpet art accompanied him when he moved to Hamburg at the age of 14. Now the port metropolis has been the center of his life for more than 38 years. Since 2020 he is the sole shareholder and managing director and innovation manager in the company H.Hamzeh Interior Design UG.
Hossein Hamzeh then developed the world’s first carpet glass panel in cooperation with Flachglasgruppe Wernberg GmbH in 2021. The artist received the Inconic Award 2022 for his artistic and design Versace carpet glass panel. He developed the world’s first climate-neutral carpet glass panel. He intended a complete preservation of the hand-knotted carpet. The carpet embedded in the glass does not need cleaning or repair work. The artist thus created the world’s first climate-neutral carpet.
CARPET SYNTHETIC RESIN EPOXY
Versatile & CO2-saving
CARPET cast in acrylic
The hand-knotted carpets are wrapped in the company’s Plexiglas “Röhm GmbH” cast. The model is free of any air bubbles and clearly visible. The carpet is preserved and does not need cleaning or repair work.
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Wandsbeker Chaussee 37, 22089 Hamburg
Our partner FLACHGLAS Wernberg about us:
“We are very pleased that our partner H.Hamzeh Interior Design UG is one of the winners of the “ICONIC AWARDS 2022: Innovative Interior” with the “WALKGLASSCARPET” project. A hand-knotted carpet is embedded in a glass cassette – the high-quality glass was supplied by us.”
Stamps Embedded in acrylic PASSEPARTOUT
The stamps are embedded in Plexiglas from the company “Röhm GmbH” Passepartout. Three acrylic sheets are used. The first acrylic plate serves as the base plate. The second plate is milled through and hand-polished with a roller brush and flame. The outer surface is liquid cleaned and diamond polished. The third panel serves as a cover panel. The acrylic sheets are extruded acrylic sheets manufactured via roller rolling. The panels have lower thickness tolerances than cast goods. The second frame plate is glued to the base plate from the inside with the capillary adhesive. The cover plate is glued to the frame plate from the outside with the same adhesive. The glue is Acrifix liquid glue from Röhm. The stamps are embedded.