The legendary designs of Alexander Girard demonstrated that
textile design can be inspiring as well as functional. The designs of Alexander
Girard are quintessential examples of the Mid-Century style of textile design.
The Names: Ultramarine fabric is one of the many classic
designs Girard executed during his tenure (1952-1973) as founding director of
the Herman Miller Textile Division. The engaging design of Names: Ultramarine
consists of blue lines in the form of cursive handwriting over an off white
background. The "writing" is illegible.
This upholstery weight pattern is versatile and lends itself
particularly to modern or retro-themed decor. Draperies, table covers,
slipcovers, pillows and lampshades are some of the uses for Names: Ultramarine.
Abrasion: over 50,000 double rubs.
Lightfastness: 40+ hours.
This textile meets all appropriate flammability
requirements, including the California Bulletin #117, and is compatible with
California Bulletin #133.
This product is made by Maharam.