Jamakhan Line

Handwoven Cushion

$72

product details

Materialscotton, duck feather pad
Processhand weaving, hand-dyeing
DimensionsH 45cm x W 45cm, H 30cm x W 50cm
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The JAMAKHAN Line cushion is inspired by Bhavani ‘Jamakkalams’, the colourful, graphic and often oversized floor-coverings used in homes and at weddings and public events in and around the region of Tamil Nadu in southern India. Our contemporary take on this original and iconic textile features grey and navy blue colour blocks and a slender horizontal terracotta stripe and is hand-woven out of high-grade Erode cotton and hand-dyed to create a softer fade-proof cushion.

Jamakhan Line

description

The JAMAKHAN Line cushion is inspired by Bhavani ‘Jamakkalams’, the colourful, graphic and often oversized floor-coverings used in homes and at weddings and public events in and around the region of Tamil Nadu in southern India. Our contemporary take on this original and iconic textile features grey and navy blue colour blocks and a slender horizontal terracotta stripe and is hand-woven out of high-grade Erode cotton and hand-dyed to create a softer fade-proof cushion.

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We are a product design studio based between Bangalore and London.

India fascinates and inspires us. We think that there is more to Indian design than just sticking an elephant on it, and that Indian craft has more to offer than simply repeating the past.

India can seem a pretty chaotic place. But sitting there, quietly are some really incredible, super functional designs. The “designers” of these objects if they can be found at all, aren’t celebrated in the same way as they are in other countries. Instead design is seen as a bi-product of living. This unassuming approach, with an emphasis on a quiet functionality, is what inspires and drives our creative process.

At Tiipoi, we tell positive and insightful stories of a real India, that is changing and shifting all the time. We don’t want to tell nostalgic stories of its past. We prefer to look at what is happening right now, and highlight India’s role in contemporary design.

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