Plaid in organic cotton, designed by the world-famous Danish architect, Finn Juhl, (1912-1989), from the series, FJ Pattern - a series of textiles, woven in Finn Juhl's patterns. FJ Pattern focuses on Finn Juhl's special understanding of color and form, transferred to a distinctive collection of textiles. Inner cushion included.
In the 1950s and 1960s, Finn Juhl used watercolor drawing to develop his own distinctive color palette and his own distinctive patterns, and precisely patterns and colors played a central role in Finn Juhl's work with architecture and furniture art.
Finn Juhl used the colorful patterns to create surfaces, accents and contrasts. Juhl linked interiors with architecture to create atmospheric spaces and wholes that made people feel at ease.
Finn Juhl is one of the greatest talents Denmark has had in the field of spatial art, and he was one of the first to train interior designers and employ them in his design studio.
In his furniture, Finn Juhl expressed himself in an idiom that had not been known before, and he worked with proportions and materials so that the result was both coherent and rich in experience - without forgetting the human being.
His furnishing of the Trusteeship Council room at the UN in New York in 1951 was the start of a Danish export success. In those years, Danish furniture was in vogue in the US, especially Finn Juhl's.
Dimensions: W 210 x L 240 cm
Material: Organic cotton
Design: Finn Juhl and Architectmade
Model: FJ Pattern blanket, blue