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Architecture Cushion | Off-White/Beige
The Architecture cushions are crafted from 100% cotton and is Oeko-Tex certified. The cushion is 60x60 cm and has an off-white canvas base that features an embroidered architectural pattern in beige. The Architecture cushion series from Kristina Dam Studio is available in four shades and two sizes.
Material: 100% Cotton
This cotton canvas architecture cushion features a beige architectural pattern on its off-white cavase base. The design might lead your thoughts towards a blueprint scale drawing of a building or a warehouse steelbeam superstructure. Being a graphic designer and architect, a structure pattern like the one on the architecture cushions has a special place in the heart of Kristina Dam. The architectural pattern is identical on the front and the back of the pillow. Available in two sizes and in four soft toned shades. The inner cushions for the architecture cushion series has to be purchased separately. The cushion has a lovely texture and can be washed at 30 degrees when needed. You can reach and change the inner cushion using the matching coloured zipper on the side of the pillow. A modern and soft 60x60cm cushion from Kristina Dam Studio to those who love soft and cosy styles of decor. This fashionable pillow will help you create an inviting and homely feel. Chose the size and shade you like and use the cushion on your corner sofa, our Minimal Bench or on the bed in your bedroom. The Architecture cushion are intended for indoor use and the inner cushion is NOT included. Get yourself comfortable with these elegant danish designed cushions - you might crave more than one.
At Kristina Dam Studio we strive to use the best possible materials. Only genuine and solid materials are selected in our European production. We aim to ensure longevity and durability to our collections, so you can have our furniture and accessories for many years. Kristina Dam Studio is on a steady mission to make art and interior design merge. We call this though "Sculptural Minimalism".