Detail

2″ / 5cm

Pavilion by Marc Camille Chaimowicz
399722–001 Olive

65% Cellulose, 35% Latex
Moderate Traffic

$159.00 / yard

Marc Camille Chaimowicz's Pavilion illustrates the verdant scene of London's Hyde Park. The classic architecture of the Serpentine Gallery - once a royal tea pavilion - is depicted with soft lines and a muted palette. The stacked boulders are drawn from a temporary installation by artist duo Fischli/Weiss.
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Pavilion
399722
Design: Marc Camille Chaimowicz
Collection: Serpentine Galleries
Application
Walls
Price
$159.00 / yard
Characteristics
Content: 65% Cellulose, 35% Latex
Finish: Washable
Backing: None
Width: 27" (69cm)
Repeat: 35 1/4" V, 27" H
(90cm V, 69cm H)
Weight: 4.8 oz/ly (100 gr/lm)
Maintenance: W-Clean with water-based cleanser.
Traffic: Moderate Traffic
Country of Origin: USA
Note on Mold: Intended for use in buildings designed and maintained to avoid moisture on or within walls. Application must conform to current Installation Guidelines included in each shipment or available at maharam.com.
Performance
Flammability: This textile meets all appropriate flammability requirements for walls. See flame certificate for test results.
Lightfastness: 40+ hours
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Environmental
Greenguard and Greenguard Gold Certified
Healthier Hospitals Compliant
LBC Red List Compliant
Contains Bio-Based Materials
FR Free
PFC-Free
Brief
Marc Camille Chaimowicz's Pavilion illustrates the verdant scene of London's Hyde Park. The classic architecture of the Serpentine Gallery - once a royal tea pavilion - is depicted with soft lines and a muted palette. The stacked boulders are drawn from a temporary installation by artist duo Fischli/Weiss.
Warranty
3 years. See Terms and Conditions for more information.
Copyright

© 2015 Marc Camille Chaimowicz, Maharam under license

Pavilion by Marc Camille Chaimowicz
399722–001 Olive

65% Cellulose, 35% Latex
Moderate Traffic

$159.00 / yard

Marc Camille Chaimowicz's Pavilion illustrates the verdant scene of London's Hyde Park. The classic architecture of the Serpentine Gallery - once a royal tea pavilion - is depicted with soft lines and a muted palette. The stacked boulders are drawn from a temporary installation by artist duo Fischli/Weiss.
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