The specialist in custom carpets and rugs looks to build its business in Asia.
April 25th, 2011
For over 30 years, Tsar has been working with architects, interior designers and private clients across the globe, developing original, customised rugs and carpets for individual spaces.
With offices in Australia, the US, the UAE and China, the company is now looking for partners based in major Asian cities such as Singapore and Malaysia as the market for high-end custom design furnishings continues to develop worldwide.
Photosynthesis by Ross Cleland, featured recently at the Heide Museum of Modern Art.
Tsar covers a broad range of projects, from hospitals to royal palaces, homes to hotels. It also carries an extensive House Collection featuring understated classics through to high-impact modern designs. Drawing on diverse influences, from botanic to industrial, designs from the collection are available through its showrooms, or in keeping with its emphasis on customised service, can be made to order in any size and colour.
Tsar’s new designs are also closing the gap between art and design. A work by Ross Cleland, Photosynthesis, was recently featured at the Heide Museum of Modern Art.
Hero image: Armani bar and lounge, Armani Hotel, Dubai
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