Fabrizio Casiraghi – Archeologist

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Fabrizio Casiraghi – ArcheologistFabrizio Casiraghi - FarmerFabrizio Casiraghi - Astronomer


Paris-based interior designer Fabrizio Casiraghi’s collection for Nordic Knots presents a trio of rugs designed to portray the eternal bond between humanity and the natural world through our past, present, and future. Casiraghi brings this narrative to life through three main characters: The Archaeologist, the Farmer and the Astronomer. Each piece is hand-knotted at a high density from supremely soft and durable New Zealand wool, creating a remarkably smooth finish and great level of detail.

The Fabrizio Casiraghi collection is handmade in small batches. Only a few in each size are available.

  • Hand knotted design. 15 mm thickness.
  • New Zealand wool, for softness and durability.
  • Designed in Stockholm, handmade in Bhadohi, India.
  • Goodweave™ Certified – Learn more

See it, and feel it, in your own home. The sample offers a glimpse of the full size rug, allowing you to feel the texture, admire the color, and envision the design in your space. Every sample is a unique piece cut in 20x20 cm from the rug and the pattern included will vary. Samples are not possible to return.

  • Vacuum on low-power with a flat nozzle attachment.
  • Do not use a vacuum with a beater bar or rotating brush.
  • Shedding of loose fibers occurs in the beginning and will dissipate.
  • Never pull loose threads or yarn. Trim carefully with scissors.
  • Absorb a stain promptly with a clean, undyed cloth. Do not rub.
  • Avoid harsh chemicals as this can discolor the rug.
  • For tougher stains, contact a rug cleaning professional.
  • Free EUROPE delivery. 30 days return policy.
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  • Delivery time is an approximation. Tracking info is emailed to you before delivery as soon as your order is shipped.
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"We tried to do something very figurative, by placing the focus on a big motif in the middle and creating a delicate frame. It’s a very old fashioned way to design rugs, but we wanted to translate this technique and bring it into the modern day."


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