Hella Jongerius: Vases

Designer Hella Jongerius designed Vases upholstery textile for Maharam, recreating her Red White Vase of 1997 as a motif. Red White Vase was part of a series of colour experiments for which the Dutch designer arranged over 300 multicoloured vases in concentric circles to explore optically merging colours. Jongerius used a number of different weave techniques in Vases – plain, satin, rib and twill – to mimic the overlapping blocks of colour on the vases. Vases fabric is made from cotton and recycled nylon, produced in seven different colour combinations and available in a 137 cm width through Maharam.

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