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Design Têxtil de Josef Hoffmann (1870-1956). Foi um dos percursores do movimento da Sesseção. Era caracterizado pelos seus padrões rectangulares e pela abstracção moderna. Embora a arte da Secessão fosse fundamentalmente art nouveau, o seu design é lembrado por um enfoque ornamental mais geométrico.

Austria does it again! Textile sample from Josef Hoffmann (Austrian, Pirnitz Vienna) The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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If you are in Mumbai, India, you don't want to miss this hot event.  A collaboration between Bombay Electric and WETHEPPL, the One Love Bombay Pop Up Festival promises to be a full day of fashion, music, art, food, drinks & fun!!    Sunday Ka Funday December 4th  at Bombay Electric from 2pm-8pm

If you are in Mumbai, India, you don't want to miss this hot event.

The House Directory  This delightful fabric, Nonsuch Palace, is based on an original 18th Century English block print, and depicts Henry VIII’s magnificent palace which only survived 150 years and then acquired almost mythical status. It’s from Nushka’s wonderful collection of fabrics for curtains and upholstery: www.nushka.co.uk

Nonsuch Palace in Surrey was perhaps the grandest of Henry VIII's building projects.

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$14.99 - $19.99 Blue Sabita Embossed Glass Hanging Lanterns | World Market

Blue Sabita Embossed Glass Hanging Lanterns

Handcrafted with embossed glass and punched metal, our traditional Blue Sabita Embossed Glass Hanging Lanterns are an intricately detailed addition to your

Part of a hanging for a shrine (pichhwai) of white cotton, embroidered with a design of cows in three colours: crimson, yellow and cream. Late 19th century from Kutchh. V Collection.

Temple hanging

Part of a hanging for a shrine (pichhwai) of white cotton, embroidered with a design of cows in three colours: crimson, yellow and cream. Late century from Kutchh. V Collection.

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