pattern design Maija Isola, 1964
The Unikko (poppy) pattern was designed in 1964, just after the founder of the brand Armi Ratia publicly proclaimed that she was banning floral patterns - which she considered outdated - from her collections. Fueled by an artist's spirit of contradiction, Maija Isola challenged her by designing a series of floral patterns that were so innovative and fresh that she managed to change Armi Ratia's mind.
One of these designs was Unikko, which ironically became Marimekko's most iconic design.
Country of origin : Finland
The fabric is sold by the decimeter (10 cm) – Width 145 cm
Unikko – cotton / pattern repeat 98cm
Mini Unikko – cotton / pattern repeat 62cm
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