A bold, graphic print of shape and colour which captures and celebrates the iconic Moorish Morroccan architecture of Marrakesh through imagining a fictional cityscape. Created in the Liberty design studio using gouache paint, the print features a patchwork of buildings which create a bold narrative geometric design.
Compostition: 100% Cotton
Roll Width (finished/usable): 1.36m/1.33m
Weight: 76 g/sqm, 104g/lm
Care: Wash 40℃, line dry
Liberty Travels is a capsule collection of print postcards – inspired by different locations around the world, each translated through a quintessentially Liberty lens. The collection reflects the original aspirations of founder Arthur Lasenby Liberty, to create a voyage of discovery through his store. Unusually for their time, both Arthur and his wife Emma were pioneers of overseas travel. The new collection offers a love letter to the magic of travel – and a tantalising glimpse into other worlds. Created in the Liberty Fabrics studio, the Liberty Travels collection offers a whistle-stop tour through favourite destinations, from the brownstones of Manhattan to the vibrantly tiled streets of Barcelona and the wild meadows of Scotland.