Living Edge is proud to have added the Maia collection to its range. Designed by Patricia Urquiola for Kettal, Maia represents an industrial reinterpretation of traditional weaving. The collection is light and modern thanks to its contemporary geometry, aluminium framework and high-tech fibre dressing. Cushions complete the design. Maia is available nationally through Living Edge. […]
November 21st, 2008
Living Edge is proud to have added the Maia collection to its range.
Designed by Patricia Urquiola for Kettal, Maia represents an industrial reinterpretation of traditional weaving.
The collection is light and modern thanks to its contemporary geometry, aluminium framework and high-tech fibre dressing. Cushions complete the design.
Maia is available nationally through Living Edge.
Dimensions: Visit www.livingedge.com.au for details
Delivery time: Limited stock otherwise appox 14 weeks
Variations: Visit www.livingedge.com.au for details
Finish: Visit www.livingedge.com.au for details
Designer: Patricia Urquiola
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