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From the creators at Floorplan Rugs, this beautiful hand-knotted rug was designed exclusively for the RugYourCity Los Angeles Collection. Floorplan Rugs uses Rug Your City as a platform to engage selected design professionals to imagine certain cities as rug designs.
In Stock: This rug is available in 6' x 9', other sizes are available on order and will be delivered in approximately 4 months.
The “Vibe” rug was designed by the creative team of Laura-India Garinois, Lucia Marquez and Liam Martin, also known as MONK. They're design statement reads: "Vibe is derived from the convergence of the varying topographies. It is evocative of the motion of the land emerging from the water while tectonic plates thrust bedrock into the hills. The pulse of the city also rises from the existing textures of terrain and the choreography its inhabitants. This natural junction brings forth an eccentric and strong identity that reflects the character of the city."
Vibes is a finely Hand-Knotted Rug. It has a natural hand-carved pile of Wool fibers, knotted on a cotton foundation. Each size is a limited edition of 10 pieces, and will arrive with a certificate of authenticity. Our in-stock sizes will ship on order, or be made to order. If the size you want is listed as sold-out, we have reached the limited edition of 10 pieces for that size and will not be producing any new pieces. Production times are 2-3 months for out-of-stock pieces.
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