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URBAN FABRIC | Presented by Founded by Garcia


Fri, Jan 18, 2019 — Sat, Jan 26, 2019




Free but RSVP recommended for reception

RSVP contact: [email protected]

Location Accessible

Bulthaup Toronto

280 King Street East



KEDD Night: Mon, Jan 21, 6-9pm

Daily Hours


9:00 am

6:00 pm


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6:00 pm


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9:00 am

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11:00 am

3:00 pm


URBAN FABRIC is an exciting series of area rugs inspired by cities you love. We recognize that each city has its own unique urban form and character – like a fingerprint. As a result each urban pattern has a recognizable identity and leaves us with its own memorable imprint.
Our rugs capture those powerful emotional connections we make to cities around the globe and translate them into memorable interior accessories. We take these unique urban patterns and express them as luxurious handmade rugs of the highest quality. Meticulously hand-carved from NZ virgin wool, each rug is like a miniature plush city model and tells a story about the city it represents.

URBAN FABRIC rugs are bespoke, made-to-order pieces of art. Every rug in our signature collection is presented in a signature shape and colourway to convey a sense of place. However, the rugs are fully customizable in terms of size, colour and shape. We make each one by hand precisely to your specifications so that you get the perfect rug for your interior every time. Our production mills use the ARS 1200 standard colour set, offering a choice of 1200 colours. Ecologically sound in-house dyeing facilities guarantee maximum control of colour and quality. Paired with our team of graphic designers, we can develop truly personalized designs of any city or landscape, including highlighting the location of your home, office or real estate project.

URBAN FABRIC rugs are available in Ontario exclusively from Founded by Garcia.


This is part of KEDD Night, one of many events happening in the King East Design District on Monday, January 21, 6-9pm.

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URBAN FABRIC (Andrei Zerebecky)