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  • Dachshund Sigge - Linen, Baranquilla, White | Svenskt Tenn
  • Dachshund Sigge - Linen, Baranquilla, White | Svenskt Tenn

Dachshund Sigge Linen, Baranquilla, White

240 USD (incl. VAT)

Sigge the Dachshund is a new version of Svenskt Tenn’s classic cushion in the shape of a small dog. The Dachshund is filled with soft padding. It has rice in both ears and stomach for weight and stability. Use it as a decorative sofa cushion or to cover a drafty window.

In Josef Frank’s Baranquilla print, four lovingly detailed lianas are crafted into a beautiful whole full of lush fruits, flowers and leaves. The print was designed around 1943-45 during Josef Frank’s stay in New York – a place where many of his imaginative designs, with trees of life growing freely, flowers and fruits took form. By delaying the pattern repeat Josef Frank was able to get the design to flow. This gives the feeling of no real direction, and it therefore becomes just as beautiful from any angle. 

Baranquilla was named after the Colombian port city by the Caribbean Sea, which Josef Frank and his wife Anna passed on the exile from Sweden to America in 1941, in the midst of World War II.

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    Sigge the Dachshund is a new version of Svenskt Tenn’s classic cushion in the shape of a small dog. The Dachshund is filled with soft padding. It has rice in both ears and stomach for weight and stability. Use it as a decorative sofa cushion or to cover a drafty window.

    In Josef Frank’s Baranquilla print, four lovingly detailed lianas are crafted into a beautiful whole full of lush fruits, flowers and leaves. The print was designed around 1943-45 during Josef Frank’s stay in New York – a place where many of his imaginative designs, with trees of life growing freely, flowers and fruits took form. By delaying the pattern repeat Josef Frank was able to get the design to flow. This gives the feeling of no real direction, and it therefore becomes just as beautiful from any angle. 

    Baranquilla was named after the Colombian port city by the Caribbean Sea, which Josef Frank and his wife Anna passed on the exile from Sweden to America in 1941, in the midst of World War II.

    Art nr: 108744

    Design: Birgitta Löwendahl
    Material: Linen textile, padding and rice 
    Length: 65 cm (Nose to till outstretched back legs: 71 cm)

    This textile product is produced by hand at Caravanserai in Gävle, which is a meeting place for craftsmen from across the world who have been forced to flee their homes and have now found a new home in Sweden. Caravanserai offers aesthetically sustainable production within needlework, bricklaying, painting and upholstering.

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