Milton Glaser African Pattern 1 Rug
This relief rug, designed by the renowned American illustrator and designer Milton Glaser, is composed of a network of lines, shapes and shadows.
A uniquely beautiful piece hand-tufted with 100% New Zealand wool. This light gray model is easily integrated.
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Fiber: 100% New Zealand wool
Total height: 18 mm
Technique: Hand tufted
Density: 56.000 tufts/m2
100% New Zealand wool
Typically, New Zealand wool is known to be the whitest, cleanest, purest and most natural in the world. Its softness is due in part to the altitude and the vegetation available to the herds. It is guaranteed to be cruelty-free.
Manual process in which, thanks to a manually operated gun, fluid curves and lines can be made. High density and durability.
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Milton Glaser Collection
This collection of rugs is born from the accidental encounter between Shakespeare, Africa and Nani Marquina. Glaser believes that ultimately all things are connected and that the role of the artist is to discover the inevitable connections that exist between all elements.
Sometimes it is difficult, sometimes it is child's play.
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Choosing a rug is an important decision. This will order and give personality to the room.
You have to take into account what other objects it will coexist with so that it is fully integrated and provides warmth and comfort to the space.
To help you, we have prepared a measurement guide to make it easier to achieve the desired finish.