Designer Rugs unveils Kiwi Icon Collection

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Kevin Robers "Love"

Kevin Robers “Love”

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Boh Runga "Monarch"

Boh Runga “Monarch”

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Dick Frizzell "Vege Stall"

Dick Frizzell “Vege Stall”

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Zambesi "Cross Roads"

Zambesi “Cross Roads”

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Kate Sylvester "Cosmo"

Kate Sylvester “Cosmo”

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Theme Rug "Kaihautu" Inhouse Design.

Theme Rug “Kaihautu” Inhouse Design.

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Max Gimblett "Mission Bay"

Max Gimblett “Mission Bay”

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Codi "Cardinale"

Codi “Cardinale”

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Bringing together some of New Zealand’s leading creative talent, Designer Rugs launched the much anticipated Kiwi Icon Collection at an exclusive launch event tonight.

The Collection will be on display for the public to enjoy as part of Urbis Designday® 2011 and will be available for sale.

Dick Frizzell, Mark Gimblett, Boh Runga, Zambesi, Kate Sylvester, Kevin Roberts and Codi Design came up with the original design, and in collaboration with Designer Rugs, the design was brought to life as a stunning, large scale, hand made floor rug.


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