Sayl chair in Ritual fabric

Designed by Yves Béhar for Herman Miller, Sayl Chair is now available in Ritual fabric, based on the artwork of Minnie Pwerle.

Ritual is produced as part of Unframed Art, a collaboration with textile producers Woven Image and the Dacou Aboriginal Gallery. Pwerle is a leading figure in Australian Indigenous art and her style is typified by bold and vibrant colour. Her paintings depict stories from her clan, with two main themes evident: free-flowing parallel lines in a pendulous outline, depicting body painting designs from women’s ceremonies; and round shapes symbolising forms of bushfood.

Ritual is available in three colours – lemon, orange and powder grey, and can be applied to the Sayl chair as seat only, or seat and back.

Sayl Chair is available through Herman Miller.

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