To Stig Lindberg, pottery was both the starting point and final step of his career. In the early 1940’s he designed statues and he also taught pottery at university. This is a pattern that changes its shape every time you look at it.
Design by Stig Lindbery
Roll Length 10.05 metres
Application Method PASTE THE WALL
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This is part of the 'Scandinavian Designers II' collection by Boråstapeter. A unique opportunity to decorate your walls with a piece of classic Scandinavian design. The collection features patterns from no less than five different designer icons within architecture and pattern design during the 1940’s – 1960’s. Browse through the characteristically timeless, geometric functional style of Arne Jacobsen, the decorative fairy tale patterns of Stig Lindberg, the Jobs sisters’ treasure chest of classic, flowery patterns and the stylish, sketched foliage of Viola Gråsten. All of the patterns in the collection have a natural, colourful and imaginative touch that make them a perfect complement to the understated, clean Scandinavian interior design. Classic and contemporary have never been more to the point.
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