Millerstripe Multicoloured Bright

by Alexander Girard, 1960 176,00 €
176,00 *
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Many of the great 20th century architects and designers have dabbled in textile design, working through their ideas on colour, shape and material. New York textile company Maharam has re-issued some of the most important designs as high-end furnishing fabrics using true-to-the-original colours and weaving techniques.
  • Cushion
  • Fabric 92% wool, 8% nylon
  • 430 X 430 mm
  • Maharam: 92% Wool, 8% Nylon

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