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Kirsikankukka-Fabric_F-2665087

キルシカンクッカ

デザイナー: アイノ・アアルト

年: 2019

Evoking spring cherry blossoms, the Kirsikankukka textile pattern was created by Aino Aalto in 1933, inspired by a gift given to her by Madame Ichikawa, the wife of the Japanese ambassador to Finland. In celebration of the friendship between Finland and Japan, Artek re-introduces a cotton textile with Kirsikankukka pattern, printed in Kyoto. Delighted and inspired, Aino created the Kirsikankukka pattern, evoking spring cherry blossoms, as an homage to Japanese textile art and design. In celebration of the friendship between Finland and Japan, Artek re-introduces a cotton textile with Kirsikankukka pattern. The fabric is printed in Kyoto, at a family owned print-house that specialised in vibrant kimono prints. The pattern is meticulously printed by hand, the silkscreens being placed manually to create a seamless, continuous pattern. This process is known as “Tenasen” and creates slight irregularities, resulting in a pattern that looks beautifully alive. The fabric is sold by the meter and lends itself as an interior textile, used as table cloth, curtain or bed throw, or to create smaller items such as napkins. Kirsikankukka is available in Japan and Finland only.

Silk-screen printing of Kirsikankukka Fabric in Kyoto, Japan
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    生地幅114 cm

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    Kirsikankukka-Fabric_F-2665087

    キルシカンクッカ
    ダークブルー / ホワイト

    FIN/JPN フレンドシップ コレクション

    FIN/JPN フレンドシップ コレクション

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    フィンランドと日本の深い親交を祝うアルテックからのクリエイティブな贈り物「FIN/JPN フレンドシップ コレクション」