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KNALLA Umbrella, bird pattern/white

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KNALLA Umbrella, bird pattern/white
KNALLA Umbrella, foldable black

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This foldable umbrella fits in a bag and is sturdy and big enough to protect against heavy rain. The graphic bird pattern is created by Tom Hedqvist, a designer from the group called 10 Swedish Designers.

Article number405.176.33

Product details

You can store the umbrella in the protective cover.

The handle has a strap that makes the umbrella easy to carry – and hang on any hook.

Easy to always have close at hand since it fits in your purse or backpack when it is folded.

Designer

Tom Hedqvist

Article number405.176.33
  • Fabric:

    100 % polyester (100% recycled)

    Frame:

    Steel

    Handle:

    Polypropylene plastic

    Clean with lukewarm water.

    Wipe clean with a dry cloth.

  • By using recycled polyester in the fabric in this product, we consume less new raw materials and lower our environmental impact while existing materials get new life.

Measurements

Min. length: 24 cm

Max. length: 57 cm

Diameter: 95 cm

  • KNALLA
    UmbrellaArticle no405.176.33

    Length: 25 cm

    Weight: 0.30 kg

    Diameter: 5 cm

    Package(s): 1

Form design process

Ten Swedish Designers

The 10 Swedish Designers group started in Stockholm in 1970, and their graphic, bold and playful patterns still feel relevant today. When the group stopped in 2015, IKEA acquired this fantastic patterns treasure to be able to spread them around the world. The graphic dots of Ingela Håkansson-Lamm’s Ciao pattern and Tom Hedqvist's playful birds in the Kyoto pattern are two examples. Both Ingela and Tom were involved from the start and during all the years the group was active.

Designer thoughts

Designer thoughts

“My first trip to Japan was in 1970 to Expo 70’ in Osaka. During an excursion to Kyoto, I bought a bookmark with a stamp depicting a cute little bird. It had its head turned, looking straight at me. I used it for several books and eventually I started sketching a pattern of the bird. It ended up being my first textile pattern for the newly formed group called 10 Swedish Designers, and I named it Kyoto. Despite so many years passing, I’ll never forget my little Japanese bird.”

Designer Tom Hedqvist