Christopher Farr Puebla

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The Christopher Farr Puebla was designed by Marian Pepler, one of the most important 20th-century figures in British rug design. One of the few women of the time to study at the Architectural Association school, she also trained in weaving, and produced more than 90 rug designs during her lifetime, from the 1930s onwards – many for the furniture designer Gordon Russell, who became her brother-in-law. Designed with a modernist’s restraint, Pepler’s rugs are characterised by soft, earthy colours and simple abstract lines.