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In the LINJER series cushions, the recall to the Nordic and clean design of Stockholm is immediately visible.
Order and rationality embrace decorative art, speaking their own language; LINJER means lines in Swedish and this is the key to understand a collection where opposites come together and arrange themselves in an ordered scheme, a symmetrical antithesis like an image and its negative.
Lines, right angles and geometries meet the welcoming and malleable consistency of a cushion. LINJER is the strict dress of a soft object. The clean and clear stretch of a line, the industrial appeal of technical materials, the essential minimalism that comes from the North to find space in an environment where discipline and sobriety come to life - with the creative twist of those who know how to approach rigor and design.
LINJER is the perfect collection of decorative cushions to enrich environments with a Scandinavian, minimal or industrial mood; a softness detail between steel and corten that can provide new perspectives for home decor.

60 cm
60 cm

About this product

Soft, comfortable and fluffy: just thinking about the characteristics of the cushions touch perceptions, we feel invited to let us go to quality relax; the pillow like no other element can evoke that sense of protection and relaxation that we feel by stretching out in the bed at home.
The cushions are a style detail able to shape the mood of the entire environment: perfect to give character to a neutral base or to create an harmonious contrast, they are that element that gives personality and warmth to the home.
Linjer is a precious collection of decorative cushions that combines the value of a design object with an attentive to material recovery themes production: all Linjer cushions are made by using fabrics in stock of old textile warehouses and for this reason each piece is available in limited edition.

Cristina Romanello

Cristina Romanello is a set designer and stylist specializing in interior design; graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Venice and former teacher of History of Design at the IED, today his professional sphere focuses on the search for harmony in the combination of shapes, colors and materials. Cristina also collaborates with a New York based start-up , Design-Apart, with the aim of making known and rediscover the craftsmanship added value with attention to sustainability and the value of Made in Italy.

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