Mijo: Fusing Tactile Patterns and Artful Form

The Lil chair embodies the designers' love of color and textiles

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Mijo: Fusing Tactile Patterns and Artful Form
04/02/2019 - At Greenhouse in Stockholm, Josefine Gilbert and Miranda Tengs Brun of Mijo Studio will introduce Lil, a chair that 'explores the relationship between function and emotion'. Josefine Gilbert and Miranda Tengs Brun of Mijo

Josefine Gilbert and Miranda Tengs Brun of Mijo

Merging the design duo’s passion for large scale patterns and graphic shapes, Mijo use colors, patterns and textiles to create this bold and playful design, adding yet another bright, quirky design to their collection. Lil by Mijo

Lil by Mijo

The chair combines organic, hand painted brush strokes with geometric wooden shapes that create dynamic contrasts. The fabric is inspired by traditional textile techniques, transferred into a modern context by playing with scale, colors and layers. The light wood construction interacts with the playful pattern retracing its shapes and soft forms, while the brush strokes evoke different textures and materials, like paper and marble.

www.mijostudio.comLil by Mijo

Lil by Mijo

Lil by Mijo

Lil by Mijo

Lil by Mijo

Lil by Mijo

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