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Montreal

F3705002 - Atoll

Reinterpreted in elegant cotton velvet, this timeless and modernist design by textile designer Elise Djo-Bourgeois dates from 1927. It oscillates betw...
Montreal
Reinterpreted in elegant cotton velvet, this timeless and modernist design by textile designer Elise Djo-Bourgeois dates from 1927. It oscillates between horizontal stripes and two-tone polka dots. Its mattness, the density of its pile and its traditional weaving on a jacquard loom with perforated cards make it a sober, singular and luxurious fabric.

Caractéristiques

Performance

Martindale > 25 000 T

Caractéristiques

Type

Epinglé velvets

Caractéristiques

Composition

86 % Cotton - 14 % Polyester

Caractéristiques

Width

136 cm / 53,54 inch

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Montreal  - Laize: 136 cm / 53,54 inch
Raccord : Vertical 8 cm / 3.14 inch
Raccord : Horizontal 6 cm / 2.36 inch
Laize : 136,00 cm / 53,54 inch

Technical sheet

Montreal

F3705002 - Atoll

Pierre Frey - Elise Djo-Bourgeois collection

Performance

Martindale > 25 000 T

Type

Epinglé velvets

Artist

Élise Djo-Bourgeois

Use

Intensive use

Martindale

>100.000 T

Composition

86 % Cotton - 14 % Polyester

Sales unit

Available per meter/yard

Width

136 cm / 53,54 inch

Repeat

H: 6 cm - 2,36 inch
V: 8 cm - 3,14 inch
Straight repeat

Weight

965 gr / ml

Care

Washing prohibited Repassage interdit Professional Cleaning Prohibited drying Stain removal prohibited

Information

pile 100% cotton

Book

F9979212023
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Élise Djo-Bourgeois

Élise Djo-Bourgeois

Born in Oran in 1894, Elise received at an early age an education in the arts. As a student, she attended the Académie Julian and Les Ateliers Montparnasse allowing her own geometric and modern style to blossom, which was fully expressed between 1920 and 1937.  

Elise Djo-Bourgeois collection

Djo-Bourgeois! A mythical name for fans of the modernist movement that in fact belies the fact of two artists with complementary talents: Georges Bourgeois, known as Djo-Bourgeois, architect and designer recognized with a dazzling career, and Elise, his wife, textile designer. Like many artists of the time, they created as a duo. The former works on space and imagines furniture that the latter covers. As famous as Sonia Delaunay at the time, Elise was nevertheless forgotten, due to a career that was abandoned too early following the sudden death of her husband.

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