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Bauhaused 5 Cotton Blanket by ZigZag Zurich SALE £90 (RRP 145)


In occasion of the 100th anniversary of the Bauhaus, Sophie Probst and Michele Rondelli continue the series of “Bauhaused” blankets for ZigZag Zurich. Geometric patterns in bright colors celebrate one of the most important movement of architecture, art and design of the early 20th century.

The ZigZagZurich Cotton Artist blankets and throws collection was inspired by the love of cotton weaving transforming original artists work. Using jacquard looms with super fine cotton, the throws are woven in small quantities. Soft yet tough enough, they can be used any where - home, garden, beach, pool, picnic - a design statement wherever you go !

140 x 160cm / 55" x 63"

100% Woven Cotton Jacquard

Washable Warm / 40 Degrees / Tumble Dry Low

STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX certified meaning no harmful chemicals or synthetics used during production

Produced in Europe

ZigZagZurich was born in 2013 in Switzerland. Their fundamental interest in off–stream and passion for design and quality in textiles was the basis from which they started their journey to bring unique home textiles that represent artistic qualities combined with high quality materials.

Through ZigZagZurich you can discover artists work on a new medium, textiles. Working with established and new artists from a broad spectrum covering fine art, digital, illustration, avant-garde and more, ZigZagZurich ensure there is a wide range of creative ideas and inspiration, bringing lots of fresh ideas into the textile industry. ZigZagZurich likes to takes risks and believe in breaking the mould.

The main production is in Italy and means they have direct control over what is produced, how it is produced and under what social and environmental conditions. The finest Egyptian Italian cottons and European linens are used to produce textiles from in a range of weaves. Yarn dyed textiles are coloured before they are woven giving an incredible depth of colour. New Zealand and Alpaca Wools are woven in small sustainable mills. The textiles are hand finished, using artisan levels of finishing, normally found on products costing two or three times more.