Home Sweet Home – Embroidered Pillows – Alexander Girard, 1952

Seat Dots – Hella Jongerius, 2013

The Seat Dots are seat cushions that were designed by Hella Jongerius to improve the comfort of a wide range of chairs. Each pad has a recto and verso face in Plano fabric, in two different colors that are perfectly matched. A colorful piping just decorate while providing a nice contrast.
Dimensions Ø38cm
A single dot is an ordinary shape. But in a pattern it comes to life, interacting with the surrounding surface and other dots in regard to size, spacing and material. The Dot Pillows are adorned with a series of individual dots, each of which is embellished by an irregular hachured pattern that appears to have been embroidered by hand. This hand-crafted effect is accentuated by the seemingly random arrangement of the carefully colour-coordinated dots. They give the pillows a playful character that is balanced by the subdued background colours.
Dimensions 40x40cm
Colours six colour variations, with two different dot layouts.
Materials Filling duck half down – Fabrics Twill, embroidered

Dot Pillows – Hella Jongerius, 2016

Classic Pillows Maharam were created by some of the greatest architects and designers of the 20th century: Ray and Charles Eames, Alexander Girard and Verner Panton. The Maharam, used for these decorative pillows, is a upholstery fabric of the highest quality from the famous New Yorker company: Maharam. Classic Pillows Maharam will marry perfectly with each other but also with other pillows, like Hella Jongerius' Maharam, or Graphic Print Pillows of Alexander Girard.
Dimensions 40x40cm – Filling goose half down – Fabrics Maharam, New York.





Home Sweet Home pillow is a part of the Embroidered Pillows. This motive was chosen by Vitra in collaboration with the Girard family among the wide variety of patterns created by Alexander Girard. This quality cushion provides great comfort through its pleasant firmness and brings a cheerful touch with its vivid and bright colours.
Filling with feather and down.  Size: 30x40cm
In his work, the architect and designer Alexander Girard paired motifs from folk art sources with abstract patterns. Many of his figures and patterns exude a cheery playfulness, and thanks to their vivid colours, even his simplest graphic images possess a high degree of differentiation. The Graphic Print Pillows are now bringing a number of these designs to life again: abstract graphics and expressive figurative motifs create striking accents.
Cotton, printed inkjet process, filling with feather and down. 

Graphic Print Pillows – Alexander Girard, 1961

Classic Pillows Maharam – Ray and Charles Eames, Alexander Girard and Verner Panton, 1947-1973

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