The American designer Alexander Girard designed more than 300 different graphic designs as manager of the textiles department of Herman Miller.
The numerous patterns and motives mirror the passion for travelling, nature, urban life and folk arts of the designer and shows floral shapes as well as geometric patterns and colourful figurative details.
Good mood granted. The Quatrefoil pattern enquees abstract blossoms in powerful pink and orange tones. This is a textile bouquet for the living room. The sophisticated compliance of cotton and nylon is resistant and therefore suitable to be used in children’s rooms.
Some of the most famous textile designs of Alexander Girard and other designers are re-edited in the Vitra Home Complements Collection together with the New York company Maharam. Thereby the Maharam fabric is produced respecting the original colours and weaving techniques.
The cushion is delivered filled with feathers in a separated cotton cover, which makes it easier to wash the pillowcase.Also in our blog:
Alexander Girard - Design Between Pop Art and Folk Art