Cushion Fusionale – 40x40cm

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Cushion Fusionale presents the Iranian art Qashani (art of tiles) from Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque in Isfahan, Iran.

Also inspired by a 70s-style pattern by Anni Albers from 1974.

Above all, the unique pattern (as a whole) also resembles both Iranian and Bauhaus architecture at the same time, therefore making a new concept linking the East and the West.

Environmentally friendly printed, on a very soft fabric.

Carefully hand-tailored to become a unique cushion.

It is 40cmx40cm in size and the zipper is concealed.

 

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Cushion Fusionale presents the Iranian art Qashani (art of tiles) from Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque in Isfahan, Iran.

Also inspired by a 70s-style pattern by Anni Albers from 1974.

Above all, the unique pattern (as a whole) also resembles both Iranian and Bauhaus architecture at the same time, therefore making a new concept linking the East and the West.

Environmentally friendly printed, on a very soft fabric.

Carefully hand-tailored to become a unique cushion.

It is 40cmx40cm in size and the zipper is concealed.

You can read more about Qashani (art of tiles) here on Wikipedia.

Read more about the Collection East Meets West.

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