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1970s Alexander Girard linen panels reissued by Vitra

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Looking for that special something to set off your retro pad? You might just find it in the newly-reissued Alexander Girard linen panel range from Vitra.

The panels were crated by the famed designer back in 1971, when they were called Environmental Enrichment Panels, which were created to add ‘human warmth and emotion to office environments’. But they also proved popular for homes too, hardly surprising when you consider how stunning these bold abstracts would look on a plain wall.

The Vitra reissues come in various sizes based on the original shape of the respective motif, each one a high-quality screen printed art panel (100% linen) which is mounted on a fibreboard spacer frame and said to be easy to install, whether it’s in the home, the office or indeed, the home office.

Prices vary depending on your choice, but they seem to start at £536.40. See the retailer’s site for all prices.

Find out more at the TwentyTwentyOne website



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