Engaging the eye with an original design that creates and optical illusion, the movement created in Harri Koskinen’s award-winning Frekvenssi pattern is impressive. This season Marimekko transposes this unique design onto a a durable 100% upholstery-weight cotton throw pillow. Finnish for “frequency” you can see the message of movement that Koskinen is trying to convey. Add one or several of these engaging pillows to your home or office and cross over to modern design.
Note: Marimekko Frekvenssi Throw Pillows are made from the large scale Frekvenssi Fabric; your pillow may vary from the one shown.
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