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What is this?

Dark gray mottled wool-blend ground with stitched vertical zigzag stripes of olive green and lighter gray. Stripes are spaced approximately three inches apart.

Why is this in our collection?

Blanket/Zigzag, designed by David Rockwell for the Maya Romanoff Corporation, offers a glimpse into the range of colors and textures Rockwell employs to create his interiors. While Rockwell has designed everything from stage sets and hotels to playgrounds and home furnishings, Stitched Puzzle is from the designer’s first collection of wallcoverings. Initially inspired by a Maya Romanoff design titled Weathered Walls (ca. 1900), the Stitched collection is given a very updated and hand-crafted look by the addition of stitching. The applied zigzag stripes on Blanket/Zigzag’s wool blend ground conveys a feeling of warmth and softness. The architecture and design practice he founded in 1984, Rockwell Group,... more

This is a sidewall from United States. It is dated 2009 and we acquired it in 2009. Gift of Maya Romanoff.

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Its medium is

wool blend ground with stitched stripe

Its dimensions are

L x W x D: 365.8 x 142.2 cm (12 ft. x 56 in.)

This object was produced by Maya Romanoff and designed by David Rockwell

This object was donated by Maya Romanoff

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