Arabesque by Alexander Girard , 1954
Fabric : Maharam textile, Arabesque by Alexander Girard.
005 Ultramarine and Avocado
44% Cotton, 28% Solution-Dyed Nylon, 28% Wool
Made to order, allow 1 to 2 weeks for production
*Pillow insert is not included but can be added, see link below
Care: Dry clean only
We ensure the highest quality in our pillows by having:
- Pattern on both sides
- Invisible YKK zipper closure on bottom
- Serged seams to prevent fraying
About Alexander Girard
Trained as an architect but proficient in nearly all design disciplines, Alexander Girard (1907-1993, United States) had a profound impact on 20th-century visual culture. As founding director of Herman Miller's textile division from its formation in 1952 until 1973, Girard generated more than 300 patterns from his outpost in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Reflecting his love of international folk art and unhampered by contemporary dictums of style and taste, Girard explored wildly different approaches to color, form, pattern, and construction. The resulting body of work is staggering not only in sheer volume and creativity, but due to its fundamental qualities of beauty and usefulness, remains completely relevant today.