Meiers

Meiers is a manufacturer which produced designs for Herman Miller including Mexicotton, Rayamex, Mexigrid, Mexidot, Mexistripe between 1961 and 1966. These fabrics were all handwoven from local cotton in the village of Urawapan, Mexico.


Works associated with this person or group


  • Sample, Mexidot, 1963

    Black plain weave with vertical white stripes. White striped patterning is formed by narrow bands of supplementary warp floats.

  • Sample, Mexidot, 1963

    Light brown and white vertical stripes with black squares. Square patterning is formed by supplementary warp floats.

  • Sample, Mexidot, 1963

    Crimson plain weave with vertical pink stripes. Pink striped patterning is formed by narrow bands of supplementary warp floats.

  • Sample, Mexidot, 1963

    Pink and white vertical stripes with crimson squares. Square patterning is formed by supplementary warp floats.

  • Sample, Mexidot, 1963

    Beige and gold vertical stripes with black squares. Square patterning is formed by supplementary warp floats.

  • Sample, Mexidot, 1963

    White plain weave with blue squares. Square patterning is formed by supplementary warp floats.

  • Sample, Mexidot, 1963

    White plain weave with dark yellow squares. Square patterning is formed by supplementary warp floats.

  • Sample, Mexidot, 1963

    White and pink vertical stripes with light green rectangles. Rectangular patterning is formed by supplementary warp floats.

  • Sample, Mexidot, 1963

    White and gold vertical stripes with light brown rectangles. Rectangular patterning is formed by supplementary warp floats.

  • Sample, Mexidot, 1963

    Beige and black vertical stripes with white rectangles. Rectangular patterning is formed by supplementary warp floats.