Marimekko has been breaking boundaries since 1951. It has created an international reputation and cult-like following based on a series of happy contradictions: bold colours against graphic black and white, free associations opposed to perfect geometry, form versus function as well as art and design combined as one.
One of Maija Isola’s noted prints of the 1960’s, the Kaivo pattern neatly characterizes the era of modern textile design. Part of the Arkkitehti series, the print was unleashed upon the modern scene in 1964, the same year Isola created her famous Unikko print. The Arkkitehti series was a collection of powerful graphic prints with a dual purpose. By creating a collection made of extremely large scale patterns, fabrics could be used for small scale interiors such as traditional home décor as well as large scale commercial interiors.
Kaivo comes in Black/White and Black/White/Red
Size: 120" x 60"