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Item No. 100138061

Steps Rug by Alexander Girard

C$ 3,055.00
5 out of 5 Customer Rating
Item No. 100138061

Steps Rug by Alexander Girard

C$ 3,055.00
Ochre / Magenta
Ivory / Crimson
Blue Gray / Black
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  • Modeled after a water color sketch for a napkin Girard designed for Manhattan's La Fonda del Sol restaurant.
  • Handwoven from cotton using the dhurrie technique.
  • Suitable for high traffic areas.

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2-year warranty (terms and conditions may vary)
Designed by Alexander Girard for Maharam
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Steps Rug by Alexander Girard
C$ 3,055.00

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Details

Details

Maharam Design Studio specializes in the design and development of textiles for residential and commercial interiors. Balancing an appreciation of history with a focus on aesthetic and industrial innovation, Maharam’s textiles reside in the permanent collections of MoMA, Cooper Hewitt and the Art Institute of Chicago, among others. The Steps Rug (1960) by Alexander Girard features a bold bicolored pattern of step shapes set against a contrasting background. It’s handwoven from cotton using the dhurrie technique. Made in India.
  • Modeled after a water color sketch for a napkin Girard designed for Manhattan's La Fonda del Sol restaurant.
  • Handwoven from cotton using the dhurrie technique.
  • Suitable for high traffic areas.
  • Made in India.
Brand
Maharam
General Dimensions
  • 72" W 108" L
Product Weight
46.75 lbs
Assembly
Comes fully assembled
Warranty
2-year warranty (terms and conditions may vary)

6' x 9'

  • Length (in): 108
  • Width (in): 72
  • Weight (lbs): 46.75

7'11 x 9'11"

  • Length (in): 119
  • Width (in): 95
  • Weight (lbs): 19.5
  • 100% cotton
Alexander Girard

Alexander Girard

During his career, Alexander Girard energized the furniture designs of Herman Miller with a new, vibrant color palette and an oeuvre of folk-inspired textiles. He was the first modern designer to define textiles as being more than just functional and to further emphasize form through the application of color and pattern.

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