-16% Marimekko

HÄRKÄ

Home Collection Winter 2022

pattern design Maija Isola, 1966

Maija Isola’s output of more than 500 fabric prints is an inexhaustible treasure trove. 

The Härkä (bull) is one of her geometric designs from the 1960s in which we can see her exploring the constructivist movement that was rising in the Finnish art scene at the time.

Fabrics / tissus

Fabrics are sold by the decimetre (1 metre = 10 decimetres). For example, If you need 2.2 m, choose 22 units.


Width 145 cm
Printed in Finland

Härkä Linen fabric 898
100 % Linen

Repeat 62 cm
6.40 > € 5.38  

Härkä Linen fabric 833
100 % Linen

Repeat 62 cm
6.40 > € 5.38  

Blanket / Plaid

The Härkä pattern blanket is made of a cotton and wool blend. The warm blanket has fringes on the ends. The colours on the reverse are opposite of the colours on the right side. 


This product is made of 25% recycled wool, 30% recycled cotton, and 15% recycled polyamide.

Härkä blanket 988

130 x 170 cm
30 % recycled Cotton, 30 % Cotton, 

25 % Wool, 15 % Polyamide
169 > € 141.96  

Bathroom products / La salle de bain

The Kuiskaus pattern towels are made of cotton terry. The colours on the reverse are opposite of the colours on the right side. 

This product is made of 100% organic cotton.

Härkä 331

50 x 70 cm

19.50 > € 16.38

Härkä 331

30 x 50 cm

11 > € 9.24

Härkä 331

30 x 30 cm

7 > € 5.88

Härkä 331

70 x 150 cm

39.50 > € 33.18

Tableware / Vaisselle

Oiva / Härkä mugs 2.5 dl (2pcs)

H9.50 x Ø8 cm

44 > € 36.96

Härkä paper napkins

33 x 33 cm

€ 4.50

Can match with…

Fyr 111

Candle holder

H8.30 x Ø12.70 cm
42 > € 35.28  

Puteli 300

Candle holder

H9.50 x Ø10.50 cm
65 > € 54.60  

Butticula 800

Candle holder

H14.50 x Ø12.50 cm
89 > € 74.76  

Plunta 300

Candle holder

H17 x Ø11.50 cm
65 > € 54.60  

Maija Isola

Maija Isola's (1927-2001) remarkable career as a textile designer began at Printex, Marimekko's predecessor, in 1949 and lasted 38 years. She designed more than 500 fabric patterns, which cover an amazingly diverse range of motifs and design techniques.

She drew inspiration for her work from traditional folk art and modern visual art alike, from nature and her countless trips around the world. Her designs, such as Kivet (stones), Unikko (poppy) and Kaivo (well), continue to be an essential part of Marimekko's collections.