Breuckelen Berber has collaborated with Herman Miller during ICFF celebrating the work of Alexander Girard. “An Uncommon Vision” is now open to the public now through May 28 at 446 West 14th Street, New York—daily from 11 am to 6 pm.
Two of our Beni Ouarains greet guests in the parlor at Herman Miller’s headquarters in Zeeland, MI.
Our new shipment has arrived! We are nicely stocked with Ait Bou Ichaouen, Beni Ouarain, Beni M’Guild, Azilal and Ourika carpets. They will appear on our website gradually, or can be viewed at our gallery by appointment.
Finds from our recent buying trip are en route and will be arriving within the next few weeks. Some terrific Beni Ouarain and other pieces to be posted online soon. Contact us if you’re interested !
We are pleased to announce the release of “Design Brooklyn”, an excellent book covering some of the finest interiors in Brooklyn. One of the homes featured has our largest Beni Ouarain carpet to date in the living room and a wonderful Azilal in the master bedroom. For more information on the book launch, please check out the Design Brooklyn blog.
We’re adding a few Moroccan accessories found on our recent travels to our ever changing offering. The first addition is a collection of lamps from an artist in Marrakech made of hand molded papier-mâché. They have a lot of personality, with finishes reminiscent of Moroccan tadelakt. Visit our site in the upcoming days for details, pricing, or to place an order.
Moroccan Carpets and Modern Art, an exhibition by Die Neue Sammlung – The International Design Museum, Munich, September 14th - January 5th. An occasion not to be missed for any Berber carpet enthusiast.
Some final restoration in the works before another shipment of beauties departs Morocco bound for NY.
Some terrific finds from the mountains are en route, including both neutral Beni Ouarains and other vibrant tribal pieces. Be on the lookout in our gallery in the weeks ahead.
We’re so pleased to have been part of this project! One of our grand Beni Ouarain carpets in the parlor and a colorful Azilal in the master bedroom, amidst many other excellent pieces.
(Source: The New York Times)