Gherkin Pillow

Seletti

$900.00

Part of the colorful and fun Un_Limited collection created by Studio Job and Seletti, the Gherkin Pillow brings a smile-inducing accent to modern interiors. It can be used on its own, as an armrest or back cushion, but it looks its best paired with the Hot Dog Sofa or the Burgher Chair from the same collection. Like all the other products from this range, the Gherkin Pillow is expertly crafted by hand in Italy using premium quality materials. These range from cotton and linen to viscose, polyester, and acrylic. Golden accents complete the design and reference the sofa’s gold plated feet.

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Product Description

Part of the colorful and fun Un_Limited collection created by Studio Job and Seletti, the Gherkin Pillow brings a smile-inducing accent to modern interiors. It can be used on its own, as an armrest or back cushion, but it looks its best paired with the Hot Dog Sofa or the Burgher Chair from the same collection. Like all the other products from this range, the Gherkin Pillow is expertly crafted by hand in Italy using premium quality materials. These range from cotton and linen to viscose, polyester, and acrylic. Golden accents complete the design and reference the sofa’s gold plated feet.

Specifications

  • Dimensions:  22.8" x 7.5" x 7.5" or 58 cm x  19 cm  x h 19 cm
  • Weight: 3.97 lbs or 1.8 kg
  • Materials: Fabrics in polyester, cotton, viscose, acrylic, linen
  • Manufacturing: Made in Italy
  • Delivery: 6 - 8 Weeks (custom made)
  • Chair only, please purchase the Gherkin, Tomato and Cucumber cushions separately
Studio Job

Designer:

Studio Job was founded in 2000 by Job Smeets and Nynke Tynagel. The two designers had met as students at the Design Academy Eindhoven and have been working together ever since. Strikingly creative and unconventional, the studio makes vibrant, ornamental, opulent, or even cartoon-like objects. The two designers not only take inspiration from popular, classical or contemporary design and art, but also aim to eliminate conceptual boundaries between ...