Maharam Layers Park by Hella Jongerius: Mineral Sky | Upholstery & Pillow Fabric
Total Yards / Measurements:
1 - 3/4 yards
Save $61.00 Off Net Price Per Yard!
- Pattern: Layers Park by Hella Jongerious
- Colorway: Mineral/Sky
- Content: 95% Wool, 3% Nylon,, 2% Polyester
- Repeat: 21 1/4" V x 17" H
- Origin: United Kingdom
- Width: 52"
- Weight: 18.2oz per linear yard
- Durability: 20,000 Martindale
Hella Jongerius is known for giving her work a strongly individual character while respecting the boundaries of industrial production. This approach is expressed in the colours, graphic patterns, playful spirit and premium quality of the Maharam fabrics.
Layers Park intricate pattern is woven in a contrasting tone to the background colour. The pattern allows it to be cut randomly thus are versatile and easy to work with. Suitable for upholstery, handbags, and pillows.
NOTE: This is the felt version with stiched embroidery design.
To-The-Trade $ Per Yard: $150.00
Maharam is my favorite commercial textile manufacturer of them all! I think they are most innovative and rule braking, and since we carry the largest collection of Maharam reclaimed fabrics I get to see a lot of cool fabrics by them. Here is some background as written by Maharam on their website: maharam.com
Maharam was founded in 1902 by Louis Maharam, a Russian immigrant. Through the generations, Maharam evolved from a source of theatrical textiles for costume and set design in the 1940s to a pioneer of performance-driven textiles for commercial interiors in the '60s.
Maharam is recognized for its rigorous and holistic commitment to design as a leading provider of textiles to architects and interior designers. Maharam embraces a range of disciplines, from product, graphic, and digital design to art and architecture.
Maharam textiles are included in the permanent collections of the Art Institute of Chicago, the Museum of Modern Art, and the Stedelijk Museum, among others. Maharam is the recipient of the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum Design Patron Award (2007) for its longstanding support of design and cultural initiatives. Maharam Agenda was published in 2011.