Retail Price:From $124 per sq. ft.
(Excluding shipping + taxes)
Lead Time: 6-8 Weeks
Size: 6', 8', 10'
Oversized: All rugs over 10' require additional lead time
Standard Colorway: As shown (white, black, ARS 135, ARS 19H)
Samples and strike-offs available with a 4 week lead time – please contact us for pricing.
All rugs are made to order - sales are FINAL and NON REFUNDABLE.
5% additional up-charge for custom sizes, colors and materials.
Using sustainable practices, each rug is hand-made by artisans who apply their ancient heritage of techniques applied to our non-traditional designs - each collectable heirloom rug is made-to-order.
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Delivery: Shipping to the US, Caribbean and South American addresses are made by International Air Freight and will require a signature upon of delivery. Shipping charges are calculated by volumetric weight and will be quoted on order confirmation.
Payment Method: We accept MasterCard, Visa, American Express, Visa Debit and Wire Transfers. All payments are made securely On-line and your credit card details will not be saved.
meet the designers
Interior Architects and Interior Designers Alison Antrobus and Ruby Ramirez are the founding principals behind Antrobus+Ramirez. The Miami–based, International design firm specializes in Luxury Residential, Multi-Residential Towers, Hotels, Restaurants and Product Design. The studio’s highly personal approach to design is crafting sleek yet inviting spaces via what they dub “Design Intelligence”.
Antrobus and Ramirez are alums of YOO’s in-house Design Studio (Miami and London). There, the young designers worked alongside renowned talents Philippe Starck, Marcel Wanders, Kelly Hoppen, Jade Jagger on a variety marquee projects in: Miami, Mexico, Argentina, Istanbul, Moscow, India, Thailand and Vienna.
In 2019, the firm introduced a new product division, A+R Lab. Their first product exploration is a unique, handmade, artisanal compilation of rugs. The collection’s aesthetic reflects artistic individuality from each of their respective Caribbean and South East Asian legacies. As artists, their approach was seeing “floor coverings” in unconventional ways. Theirs is a lens of “architecture for the floor” whilst defining spaces outside of long-established rectangles.