Meander Emerald Green Cushion 55x55



Anni Albers (1899-1994), was a German-American textile designer, weaver, writer and printmaker who studied at the Bauhaus School of Design in Germany and was a founding faculty member of the acclaimed Black Mountain College in North Carolina. Anni and her husband Josef, the celebrated abstract painter and art educator, were pioneers of twentieth-century modernism. Anni experimented by using new materials for weaving to produce abstract designs.

The Albers Foundation, in collaboration with Christopher Farr Cloth have created a range of fabrics based on the interlocking pattern featured in Albers’ Meander screenprints from 1969-71. Albers began making prints in the 1960. In this series of prints bright colours and their grey undershadow record a complex and meandering path. These patterns bring to mind the labyrinth floors found in The Basilica of St. Quentin and Chartres Cathedral in France.

Auckland-born Rachel Carley established a ceramic design practice in 1994, and has recently completed her PhD in Architecture. The Rachel Carley collections contain a range of elegant and eclectic forms. They are highly collectable, so are less likely to be part of a disposable 'throwaway' culture.


  • Dimensions: 55 x 55 cm, comes with feather inner.
  • Materials: 100% linen backed with Alhambra Aspen fabric in green: 65% Cotton, 35% Linen.
  • Care Instructions: Dryclean only.


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