A piece of permanent artwork that has been expertly woven in Axminster carpet by Brintons is welcoming visitors at one Birminghams foremost cultural attractions, the newly reopened MAC (Midlands Art Centre).

Birmingham artist Dr Myfanwy Johns and the female members of the Bosnian Cultural Centre – Midlands worked together to develop a peice of permanent artwork that would complement the theme and shape of the refurbished MAC building. Their design, featuring the bold and dramatic shapes associated with traditional Bosnian arts and crafts, took more than 12 months to develop and was digitally customised by Brintons to ensure it would be durable and suitable for weaving in carpet.

Brintons has also supplied and installed 175,000 sq m (the equivalent to 24 footabll pitches) of Axminster carpet in the new Terminal 3 building at Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi.