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Papa Throw Blanket Frame Camel/Lilac

205.00USD
Specifications
Maintenance
Materials:
100% New Zealand Wool
Size & Weight:
H: 130 x L: 200 cm
0,72 kg
Product Information:
Papa Throw Blanket is made of 100% New Zealand wool in 19,5-micron grain dense weave. The blanket is available in four color combinations and two prints; check and frame. Fringes along the top and bottom edge. The woolen blanket can be used as a throw for the bed, couch or as a picnic blanket.
Maintenance:
Dry clean only
About

Papa Throw Blanket

Papa is a range of exclusive checked throw blankets for the home, exuding the feeling of a sophisticated men's room and old school hygge. Fashionable color combinations add an element of surprise and a modern contrast to the classic style.

The Papa range consists of four different throw blankets, where traditional tartan has been transformed into two simple, oversized patterns. Each pattern comes in two exciting color combinations, and all the throw blankets have a classic finish of soft tassels. Woven in a luxurious blend of sustainably produced merino and lambswool, Papa is a snug and soft companion on cool evenings as well as a chic addition to your decor.
Designer

Sofia Bordoni

Sofia Bordoni was educated in industrial design and multimedia at the IUAV University of Architecture in Venice, Italy. She has worked within the field of graphic design for various design studios and cultural organizations, and is now employed at Normann Copenhagen where she works with both graphic and product design. Sofia is an observer and when something catches her interest and curiosity, a design process already begins to unfold in her mind. For Sofia this is a very accurate process, through which she channels her attention to detail and keen eye for shapes, colors and typography into timeless and emotive designs.

“I love recalling my childhood, which was filled with colors, paper, pencils and handicrafts, and where an obsession towards various creative fields started to grow in me. Photography: developing analog photos. Architecture: seeing buildings as shapes, volumes and material combinations. Typography: observing letters as shapes with an entrenched character. Upon realizing that graphic design is the field that is capable of bringing together all of these passions, I followed it with enthusiasm.”