Designer: 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 (43 x 43 cm) and contains a 100 percent duck down fill insert, which can be removed by opening the case’s concealed zipper.
Produced by Maharam
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, developing new textiles with an exciting cross-section of contemporary talent as well as reissuing classic designs from design luminaries such as Charles and Ray Eames. Introduced as a Maharam re-edition in 2000, the Eameses' classic Dot Pattern textile is just one of 12 designs offered from the Maharam pillow collection, a series of covetable accessories fit for every style and any space.