Haneda Rug

Desiree
Marc Sadler
MYR1.00

Availability: In stock

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PRODUCT INFORMATION
Technique: Tufting.
Manufactoring process: bouclé h. 9/12 mm.
Composition: 100% New Zealand wool,
bottom layer in natural, anallergic and
antibacterial latex.
Weight: 2.3 kg/m2 ±3%.
Colour: two-tone natur and sackcloth
or blue and dark brown.

SPECIFICATION
W240 x D180 cm
W240 x D240 cm
W300 x D200 cm
W300 x D300 cm
W400 x D300 cm
W400 x D400 cm

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Superior aesthetic quality is determined by the different pile lengths used to create a raised design. No matter whether it complements Haneda seating or is paired with the Désirée collection of upholstered furniture, this rug will always steal the show.

Born in Austria, Marc Sadler is a French citizen who now lives in Milan. Graduated from the first course of “esthétique industrielle” at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs in Paris, he is dedicated to experimentation with plastic materials, perfecting the first ski-boot in thermoplastic material at the beginning of the ’70’s. He worked with the Italian Caber (then Lotto ) for several years becoming a specialist in sports design, subsequently co-operating with all the most important international companies in America, Asia, Japan and Europe. Thanks to his previous experience in researching and experimenting new materials and production processes he was able to put this knowledge to excellent use in various sectors. Today he continues to collaborate with leading manufacturers of furniture, lighting and accessories plus large and small electric appliances.

Désirée, a manufacturer of upholstered furniture since 1968, based in Tezze di Piave near Treviso, Italy. Désirée philosophy mainly focuses on manufacturing an industrial product, in the upholstered furniture sector, with guaranteed quality and comfort for different uses. Its extensive collection of upholstered furniture includes armchairs, sofas, convertibles, beds and complementary items for the home and for contract furnishing schemes.