Vintage STUTTGART CURTAINS op-art design: Gadya - cotton 250 x 126cm polka dots decoration fabric - Heidi BERN STEM - rare mira x era
Design: Bern stalk Munsche, Heidi
Decoration fabric / cotton
Design name of the substance: Gadya
Dimensions 250 x 120cm
Stuttgart curtains decoration fabric / upholstery fabric in the usual quality for the company
The material comes from the stock reversal of a long-established furnishing store.
The camp was dark and the substances were thus not long exposed to sunlight.
In my other listings, I offer more materials from the same camp.
This only if there is an interest in other substances of the 1940s up 1980s.
Bern stalk Munsche, Heidi
* 28.10.1937 in Hamburg; Textile designer.
Studied at Margret Hildebrand at the Academy of fine arts, Department of textile design in Hamburg. From 1964 to 1980, she worked as a designer at the Stuttgart-based curtains GmbH. Awards include: Design Center Stuttgart. Substances in the new collection.
Lit.: Architecture and living form, vol. 74, 1966 - page. 73. , Vol. 77, 1969, p. 448, fig. 29; Vol. 78, 1970 - page 418; design center stuttgart (ed.): textile design 1934-1984 Stuttgart curtains as an example. Ausst.-Kat., Stuttgart 1984, pages 61, 71, 76, 80, 82, 84, 86; Wichmann, Hans: From Morris to Memphis. Textiles of the new collection of late 19th to late 20th century. / volume 3 of the collection catalogues of the new collection (Munich). Basel 1990 - pages 270, 283; Ganas-Filip, Susanne S.: International textile design: the period between 1960-1990. His change of relationship between architecture and society. In: textile work + instruction 4/1996 - pages 171, 173
Please note the fabric is folded to send and can therefore kinks emerge, which go out when ironing. It should be washed before using.
I cannot say whether and if yes how much he will go in the wash.
A shipment of several substances in a package is of course possible. The costs depend this weight including the weight of the packaging.
I love to answer questions. The colors of the illustrations may differ slightly from the original.