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Maharam Pillows

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Maharam Pillows

Balancing historical appreciation with an innovative, interdisciplinary approach to design, Maharam has distinguished itself as a leading provider of textiles for commercial and residential interiors. The 12 designs offered from the Maharam pillow collection, designed by Charles and Ray Eames, Alexander Girard, and Paul Smith, offer a wide array of classic and contemporary styles fit for any space.

Checker Pillow

Checker Pillow
Designed by Alexander Girard

Alexander Girard created the Checker textile design in 1965, midway through
his tenure as Herman Miller’s Textile Director. Composed of 77 percent cotton
and 23 percent polyester, the Checker Pillow measures 17 x 17 inches
and contains a 100 percent duck down fill insert, which can be removed by
opening the case’s concealed zipper. Checker was introduced as a
Maharam re-edition in 2001.

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Checker Split Pillow

Checker Split Pillow
Designed by Alexander Girard

An eye-catching variation on Girard’s 1965 Checker textile and produced the
same year, Checker Split adds visual interest by “folding over” portions of the
original Checker pattern to create a dynamic mix of squares and triangles.
Composed of 77 percent cotton and 23 percent polyester, the Checker Split
Pillow measures 17 x 17 inches and contains a 100 percent duck down
fill insert, which can be removed by opening the case’s concealed zipper.
Checker Split was introduced as a Maharam re-edition in 2001.

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Dot Pattern Pillow

Dot Pattern Pillow
Designed by Charles and Ray Eames

Charles and Ray Eames designed Dot Pattern for a printed textiles competition
at the Museum of Modern Art in 1947. Composed of 71 percent cotton and
29 percent polyester, the Dot Pattern Pillow measures 17 x 17 inches and
contains a 100 percent duck down fill insert, which can be removed by
opening the case’s concealed zipper.

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Double Triangles Pillow

Double Triangles Pillow
Designed by Alexander Girard

Reminiscent of the bowties worn by friend and fellow designer Charles Eames,
Alexander Girard’s Double Triangles textile was first produced in 1952.
Composed of 77 percent cotton and 23 percent polyester, the Double Triangle
Pillow measures 17 x 17 inches and contains a 100 percent duck down fill insert,
which can be removed by opening the case’s concealed zipper.

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Millerstripe Pillow

Millerstripe Pillow
Designed by Alexander Girard

Nine years into his role as Textile Director for Herman Miller, Alexander Girard
created this colorful striped textile design and named it after his employer.
Composed of 92 percent wool and 8 percent nylon, the Millerstripe Pillow
measures 17 x 17 inches and contains a 100 percent duck down fill insert,
which can be removed by opening the case’s concealed zipper.

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Names Pillow

Names Pillow
Designed by Alexander Girard

Alexander Girard created this 1957 design by abstracting the names of Herman Miller
employees and placing them on a white background. Composed of 77 percent
cotton and 23 percent polyester, the Millerstripe Pillow measures 17 x 17 inches
and contains a 100 percent duck down fill insert, which can be removed by opening
the case’s concealed zipper.

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Ottoman Stripe Pillow

Ottoman Stripe Pillow
Designed by Paul Smith

Paul Smith’s Ottoman Stripe textile design adds a bit of fun to the formality of
the traditional ottoman weave, with its pronounced ribbed or corded effect.
Composed of 92 percent wool and 8 percent nylon, the Ottoman Stripe Pillow
measures 17 x 17 inches and contains a 100 percent duck down fill insert,
which can be removed by opening the case’s concealed zipper.

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Point Pillow

Point Pillow
Designed by Paul Smith

Drawing inspiration from Scottish Fair Isle knitting, Paul Smith twists the
tradition of vibrant colors and patterns into a brightly textured stripe motif.
Composed of 97 percent rayon and 3 percent nylon, the Point Pillow measures
17 x 17 inches and contains a 100 percent duck down fill insert, which can be
removed by opening the case’s concealed zipper.

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Quatrefoil Pillow

Quatrefoil Pillow
Designed by Alexander Girard

Alexander Girard created the Quatrefoil textile in 1954, echoing and abstracting
a floral motif used as architectural ornamentation. Composed of 75 percent
cotton and 25 percent nylon, the Quatrefoil Pillow measures 17 x 17 inches
and contains a 100 percent duck down fill insert, which can be removed by
opening the case’s concealed zipper.

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Small Dot Pillow

Small Dot Pillow
Designed by Charles and Ray Eames

Charles and Ray Eames designed the Small Dot Pattern (a variation on the
larger format Dot Pattern) for a printed textiles competition at the Museum of
Modern Art in 1947. Composed of 71 percent cotton and 29 percent polyester,
the Small Dot Pillow measures 17 x 17 inches and contains a 100 percent duck
down fill insert, which can be removed by opening the case’s concealed zipper.

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Stripes Pillow

Stripes Pillow
Designed by Paul Smith

With Stripes, Paul Smith proves that a simple variation in theme can be
endlessly dynamic. Composed of 92 percent wool and 8 percent nylon,
the Stripes Pillow case measures 17 x 17 inches and contains a
100 percent duck down fill insert, which can be removed by opening
the case’s concealed zipper.

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Toostripe Pillow

Toostripe Pillow
Designed by Alexander Girard

In 1965, a dozen years into his role as Herman Miller’s Textile Director,
Alexander Girard created Toostripe. Composed of 92 percent wool and
8 percent nylon, the Toostripe Pillow measures 17 x 17 inches and
contains a 100 percent duck down fill insert, which can be removed by
opening the case’s concealed zipper.

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