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Mimoides Pillow, 16in x 16in, Burnt Sienna

Mimoides Pillow, 16in x 16in, Burnt Sienna

Designer Mentze Ottenstein + Rosholm

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Part of Audo’s Cocoon Textile Collection, the sumptuous Mimoides Pillow is produced in Europe from the finest quality materials selected for tactility. The cover of the Mimoides Pillow is sewn using Lithuanian linen that grows softer with time. The linen is yarn-dyed for durable, rich colour profiles. The smaller pillows have an extra silk stitching, forming a striking frame at the outer edges.

The inner cushion is made from 100% recycled polyester filler, originally derived from plastic bottles. The cover of the inner cushion is also made from polyester, ensuring the product is mono-material.

The prevalence of mono-materials in the Mimoides Pillow means that at the end of its long life, the linen cover and recycled polyester inner cushion may be reused once again. Mimoides is offered in two sizes for living or bedrooms and is cast in an earthy palette of Burnt Sienna, Ochre, Indigo and Birch.

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Selected: Pillow | Burnt Sienna

Regular price $49.95
Regular price $89.95 Sale price $49.95
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Materials

100 % Linen, Cotton and Polyester.

Dimensions

16x16in: 15.75"H x 15.75"W x 15.75"L

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Mentze Ottenstein+ Rosholm

Mentze Ottenstein + Rosholm is an exclusive collaboration between Danish architects and designers Mathias Mentze and Alexander Ottenstein and textile expert Marie-Louise Rosholm. An architect and design lecturer at The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Mathias Mentze works from his design practice to infuse design with history, craft and tactility into projects large and small. Working closely with Mentze is architect Alexander Ottenstein, who has collaborated with high-profile Danish studios but is most passionate about smaller scale projects. Marie-Louise Rosholm cut her teeth as a textile designer working for brands across the globe. With a firm focus on sustainability, she believes that design has a very important role to play in this challenge. She is the founder of Danish Colour Board and president of Intercolor and was in 2021 awarded the Danish Design Council’s most prestigious honour – the Honorary Award – for her services to the industry.