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with Josef Frank
The frame is bent by hand, just as it was in the 1930s. The lamp was designed by Josef Frank in 1936.
Josef Frank was no fan of game hunting and he designed several rugs with the purpose of replacing real animal skins.
As in many others of Josef Frank’s designs, Desk 980 has the characteristic of and soft shape of a kidney.
The Rox & Fix print shows mountain silhouettes with contours that draw the eye deeper and deeper into the pattern.
The classic 2112 bookcase in mahogany was designed by Josef Frank for Svenskt Tenn in 1950.
Designed by Josef Frank in 1938. In the 1930s, the daybed, or couch, was a common feature in modern interiors.
Josef Frank was inspired by the ancient Greek Klismos chair when he designed Chair 300.
”I am inspired by homes, both my own and those of others, but also by the organic forms in nature and the soft designs that I encountered while growing up.”