Hem’s Block throw is a skilful creation by fashion designer Arthur Arbesser. Woven from high-quality, super-soft New Zealand lambswool, the throw is decorated with a stylized graphic pattern on both sides. The print draws inspiration from architecture and design, particularly from the designer’s home town, Vienna – it is influenced by the industrial style as well as optical art characterized by illusions and impressions.
Block throw, 130 x 180 cm, Salt and Pepper
- 100% New Zealand lambswool (440g/sqm)
- Off-white, black, dark gray, gray
- 70.87 in (180 cm)
- 51.18 in (130 cm)
- 1.76 lbs (0.8 kg)
- Care instructions
- Remove spots immediately with warm water and hang the throw to dry. Airing the product periodically is recommended. Do not machine wash or dry.
Arthur Arbesser (born in 1983) is a fashion designer whose work is deeply influenced by his home town, Vienna. Drawing inspiration from the cultural heritage and the architecture of the historical city, Arbesser is most famous for his energetic, graphic patterns that he has designed for numerous design brands, including Swedish Hem. Arbesser graduated in 2005 from Central Saint Martins College in London and has since actively collaborated with brands worldwide. He also launched his own brand of clothing, Arthur Arbesser, in 2013.View all products
The Product Sustainability Framework, our criteria of sustainable design, helps you find the most sustainable products in our selection. Read below which sustainability criteria this product has met.