Marimekko's Putki fabric is adorned with a two-toned pattern designed by Carina Seth-Andersson. Putki, Finnish for "pipe" or "tube", is a combination of straight and rounded lines that together form a minimalist yet playful and ambiguous pattern. The fabric is made of 100 % cotton and has been printed in Helsinki, Finland.
Putki fabric, beige - blue
- 100% cotton
- Beige, light blue
- Printed cotton
- 147 cm (+-3%)
- 156 cm
- This fabric is sold by the metre and comes in one continuous length. Add the number of metres required into the Quantity box. Please note that the fabric repeat, i.e. the length of the pattern, is more than one metre. To get the full pattern, please order at least two metres of fabric.
- Care instructions
- Machine wash at 60 °C
Carina Seth Andersson (born in 1965) is a Swedish designer known for her glass and ceramic works that own a unique balance of timeless form and function. The work of Carina Seth Andersson carries a deceptively minimalist feel, concealing a range of highly considered details in which lie the extraordinary functionality of the products.
After graduating with a Master in Fine Arts from Konstfack, University College of Arts, Crafts and Design in Stockholm, Sweden, Carina Seth Andersson has continued to engage in education as a senior lecturer at Beckmans School of Design in Stockholm.
In 1994, Seth Andersson was selected to represent Sweden in the Milan Triennial, and in 1998 she designed glass artefacts for the Quite Simply series in conjunction with the European Capital of Culture project. Carina Seth Andersson has collaborated with many well-known Scandinavian and international design brands and has left a lasting imprint on Finnish design as well: in 2016, Marimekko launched a series of glass vases and textiles, designed by Seth Andersson, that draw inspiration from the brand’s most classic prints. The collection grew with added versions and seasonal colours and became vastly popular.
Carina Seth Andersson’s work has been widely exhibited in galleries and museums internationally, from Helsinki to Osaka. Her pieces have also been permanently included in the collections of the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam and the Designmuseum Danmark in Copenhagen.View all products