Item No. 100317980

Milton Glaser African Rug

$3,795.00
Item No. 100317980

Milton Glaser African Rug

$3,795.00
Charcoal
Light Grey
Olive
Available to ship in:
  • Understated, modern wool rug.
  • Varying pile heights create luxurious texture.
  • Choose from three colors.
  • 66.92" H 94.5" W
Detailed Dimensions

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  • Ships via FedEx

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Designed by Milton Glaser for nanimarquina
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Milton Glaser African Rug
$3,795.00
Piles of texture — Named for its illustrious designer, the Milton Glaser African Rug features luxurious layers of pile, resulting in a texture that appeals to both eye and hand.
Details

Details

Milton Glaser – a prolific illustrator and graphic designer best known for his iconic “I (heart) NY” logo – designed the African Rug for Nani Marquina. Woven from pure New Zealand wool, it showcases a maze of graphic line drawings and hand-tufted pile. Choose from three colors. Made in Pakistan.
  • Understated, modern wool rug.
  • Varying pile heights create luxurious texture.
  • Choose from three colors.
Brand
nanimarquina
General Dimensions
  • 66.92" H 94.5" W
Product Weight
44.09 lbs
Box Dimensions
  • 9.84" H 70.9" W 9.84" D
Assembly
Comes fully assembled
Warranty
DWR honors a one (1) year warranty on all products. Brand-specific warranties may extend to longer periods.

6'7" x 9'10"

  • Height (in): 78.74
  • Width (in): 118.11
  • Weight (lbs): 59.52

5'7" x 7'10"

  • Height (in): 66.92
  • Width (in): 94.5
  • Weight (lbs): 44.09
  • 100% New Zealand wool

Milton Glaser

Graphic designer Milton Glaser started solving visual problems early in life. Born in the Bronx, he drew and illustrated his way through art school. After forming Push Pin studios with several peers, Glaser co-founded New York magazine, where he was the design director, and established his own studio where he created graphic identities such as the "I Love New York" logo, among many others.

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