Marimekko's Sambara throw is adorned with an abstract pattern with geometric shapes that resemble a tower. The pattern is designed by Sabine Finkenauer who was inspired by old wooden chess pieces she found at a flea market in Madrid. Coloured in hues of off-white, red and brown, the Sambara blanket is made of soft and cosy merino wool, which is warm yet breathable and naturally dirt-repellent. The throw has fringes at both ends.
Sambara throw, 140 x 180 cm, off-white - red - brown
- 100 % merino wool
- Off-white, red, brown
- 180 cm
- 140 cm
- 0.78 kg
- Care instructions
- Dry-cleaning only
Sabine Finckenauer (b. 1961) is a German-born visual artist based in Barcelona. She is best known for her works that skillfully blend representational and abstract subjects. At the core of Finkenauer’s artistic production lies the mastery of simplicity and minimalism, often expressed through precise geometric shapes and lines. Having graduated from the Munich Academy of Fine Arts in 1988, Finckenauer’s artistic repertoire includes sculptures, textiles as well as drawing and painting. Over the decades, her artworks have been showcased in galleries and museums across different continents.View all products
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