The original and timeless Moroccan Berber carpet made from natural sheep's wool. Handcrafted in the Beni Ourain region of the Moroccan Atlas Mountains. Woven by hand with great skill and craftsmanship following ancient tradition.

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“ Do it like the Berbers: between geometry and the most notable fantasy. ” (Le Corbusier, Almanac of Modern Architecture)

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  • The authentic Berber carpets from the Beni Ourain region in the Atlas Mountains of Morocco have been highly esteemed in architecture and design circles for decades. Figures such as Alvar Aalto, Le Corbusier, Frank Lloyd Wright, or Eames have contributed to Beni Ourain rugs securing a permanent place in many Western living rooms since the 1950s.

  • Those familiar with Le Corbusier's taste and aesthetic sensibility will understand his preference for Berber carpets. Clear geometric diamonds on a light background, a carpet perfectly suited to his taste. Le Corbusier's favorite carpet was undoubtedly the Beni Ourain. The Berber carpet was an integral part of his iconic buildings, and its simple geometric pattern lent the rooms their visual appeal.

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