Aviva Stanoff Blue Azure Gravity Mohair Pillow

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Aviva StanoffBlue Azure Gravity Mohair Pillow

$240.00

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Aviva Stanoff is known for her award winning artistry in textile design. Each pillow is treated like a canvas—her hand painted designs are printed one at a time to order. Each is a celebration of the beauty of imperfection—the beauty that only occurs when color, artist, and canvas are in perfect harmony.
Details
  • Handcrafted pillow.
  • Polyester.
  • 20" square.
  • Dry clean.
  • Made in the USA.
Designer
About Aviva Stanoff:
Aviva Stanoff's design roots run deep. A hometown nestled between the beach and old growth redwoods, childhood summers spent tending flowers around her grandfather's Buddhist temple in Japan, and over 15 years working in the design industry in New York City form the natural and cultural tapestry of her aesthetic. Her reverence of nature, respect for Japanese tradition, and affinity for urban life shape the refined complexity inherent in her work.

While completing her MFA in applied textile design at the Academy of Art in San Francisco, Stanoff spent a summer in NYC designing fabrics for fashion collections. Upon graduation, she continued to working for top fashion houses in New York, London, and Paris. In 2004, Aviva launched her own line of home accessories. Using her signature printing technique, she created a collection of artful, handmade works with soul, sophistication, and subtlety. Each one-of-a-kind concept reflects her unwavering attention to detail as traditional embellishments meet cutting-edge textile treatments exclusive to her studio.

Stanoff's honors range from inclusion in the Brooklyn Museum's permanent collection of decorative arts to participation in the gift collections for the Oscars® and the Golden Globes®. Her decorative pillows won Best New Product in Home Accessories at the 2006 NY Home Textile Show, and in 2012, she received the Most Innovative Product Award from the American Society of Interior Designers in New York.