• Product information
    Article number:
    113365
    Design:
    Josef Frank
    Fittings:
    Brass
    Legs:
    Walnut
    Material frame:
    Walnut
    Height:
    139 cm
    Width:
    98 cm
    Depth:
    39 cm
    Placement labelling:
    Inside door
    Type labelling:
    Numbered 100-years plaque
    Country of manufacture:
    Sweden
    Net weight:
    59 kg
    Nr of shelves :
    3 st
    Material surface:
    The Stockholm map by Heinrich Neuhaus

    The Stockholm Cabinet is produced in a limited edition of 100 units to celebrate the 100-years jubilee of Svenskt Tenn.

    The Stockholm cabinet comes with a proof of authenticity in the form of a numbered plaque with Josef Frank’s signature guaranteeing the object’s uniqueness.

  • Product information
    Article number:
    113365
    Design:
    Josef Frank
    Fittings:
    Brass
    Legs:
    Walnut
    Material frame:
    Walnut
    Height:
    139 cm
    Width:
    98 cm
    Depth:
    39 cm
    Placement labelling:
    Inside door
    Type labelling:
    Numbered 100-years plaque
    Country of manufacture:
    Sweden
    Net weight:
    59 kg
    Nr of shelves :
    3 st
    Material surface:
    The Stockholm map by Heinrich Neuhaus

    The Stockholm Cabinet is produced in a limited edition of 100 units to celebrate the 100-years jubilee of Svenskt Tenn.

    The Stockholm cabinet comes with a proof of authenticity in the form of a numbered plaque with Josef Frank’s signature guaranteeing the object’s uniqueness.

  • Design

    It is one of Josef Frank’s signatures to combine dissimilar materials when designing cabinets. He would mix diverse kinds of wood and often used paper, fabric, maps, or flora posters to decorate his furniture designs. In his interior designs, he strongly believed in being able to see the contours of a room, such as the line where the floor meets the wall. Hence, he often designed his cabinets with tall legs on the principle that the skirting board should be visible under the cabinet.

    The Stockholm Cabinet is produced in a limited edition of 100 units to celebrate the 100-years jubilee of Svenskt Tenn. The cabinet was originally designed between 1930 – 1950 and the original sketch states that it should be upholstered with paper. Inspired by the different map cabinets that Josef Frank designed during his career, this jubilee edition features an antique map of Stockholm drawn by lithographer Heinrich Neuhaus in 1875. The map features outstanding details with every individual building outlined in its motif.

    The Stockholm cabinet comes with a proof of authenticity in the form of a numbered plaque with Josef Frank’s signature guaranteeing the object’s uniqueness.

    Designer

    Josef Frank

    Josef Frank
    Josef Frank

    Josef Frank grew up in Vienna and studied architecture at Konstgewerbeschule. In the 1920s he designed housing estates and large residential blocks built around common courtyards in a Vienna with severe housing shortages. In 1925 he started the Haus & Garten interior firm together with architect colleagues Oskar Wlach and Walther Sobotka. Svenskt Tenn hired Josef Frank in 1934 and just a few years later he and Estrid Ericson made their international breakthrough. Although he was already 50 when he left the burgeoning Nazism in Vienna for Sweden, Frank is considered one of Sweden’s most important designers. Read more

  • Design

    It is one of Josef Frank’s signatures to combine dissimilar materials when designing cabinets. He would mix diverse kinds of wood and often used paper, fabric, maps, or flora posters to decorate his furniture designs. In his interior designs, he strongly believed in being able to see the contours of a room, such as the line where the floor meets the wall. Hence, he often designed his cabinets with tall legs on the principle that the skirting board should be visible under the cabinet.

    The Stockholm Cabinet is produced in a limited edition of 100 units to celebrate the 100-years jubilee of Svenskt Tenn. The cabinet was originally designed between 1930 – 1950 and the original sketch states that it should be upholstered with paper. Inspired by the different map cabinets that Josef Frank designed during his career, this jubilee edition features an antique map of Stockholm drawn by lithographer Heinrich Neuhaus in 1875. The map features outstanding details with every individual building outlined in its motif.

    The Stockholm cabinet comes with a proof of authenticity in the form of a numbered plaque with Josef Frank’s signature guaranteeing the object’s uniqueness.

    Designer

    Josef Frank

    Josef Frank
    Josef Frank

    Josef Frank grew up in Vienna and studied architecture at Konstgewerbeschule. In the 1920s he designed housing estates and large residential blocks built around common courtyards in a Vienna with severe housing shortages. In 1925 he started the Haus & Garten interior firm together with architect colleagues Oskar Wlach and Walther Sobotka. Svenskt Tenn hired Josef Frank in 1934 and just a few years later he and Estrid Ericson made their international breakthrough. Although he was already 50 when he left the burgeoning Nazism in Vienna for Sweden, Frank is considered one of Sweden’s most important designers. Read more

  • Care instructions

    This piece of furniture is crafted from carefully selected wood. The cabinet frame consists of veneered lamella boards, while other details are made from solid wood. Sides and doors are upholstered with a paper map.

    Wood matures with exposure to light and can undergo significant colour changes over time. The more daylight the furniture is exposed to, the faster these colour alterations occur. Walnut wood is typically relatively dark brown with grains that may have a black-brown hue. Over time, it matures to a softer golden-brown tone, evening out colour variations.

    Avoid placing objects such as vases, books, and coasters on the tabletop during the initial period, as this may cause colour variations on the surface. Furthermore, refrain from allowing items to remain in the same spot for too long, as this can lead to dark discolorations in the wood.

    The paper map is coated with a thin layer of lacquer, enhancing the paper's durability.

    All wooden components are finished with clear lacquer. The lacquer is manually sprayed in a traditional craftsmanship manner, which may result in minor irregularities or small lacquer bumps on the surface.

    In the event of damage to the lacquer, paper, or veneer, it is essential to promptly contact a furniture conservator. Minor damages can often be repaired but may worsen if not addressed.

    Clean the furniture with a soft and clean microfiber cloth. If necessary, wipe the furniture with a lightly damp cloth using mild soapy water. Ensure thorough drying immediately. Polish, oil, or strong cleaning agents should never be used on the furniture.

    The cabinet doors are meticulously adjusted with a very precise gap all around. To maintain this precision, it is crucial for the cabinet to be perfectly level. The slightest unevenness can cause temporary shifts in the cabinet frame.

    Locks and hinges may occasionally require oiling. Be sure to wipe clean after applying oil. Never place water-filled vases directly on the furniture, as they may release condensation and potentially damage the surface. When moving the furniture, always lift it instead of dragging it across the floor.

    Avoid subjecting the furniture to significant fluctuations in temperature and humidity, as this can significantly impact the natural movement of the wood.

  • Sustainability and manufacturing

    Material

    Walnut

    The Stockholm Cabinet is produced in a limited edition of 100 units to celebrate the 100-years jubilee of Svenskt Tenn. The cabinet was originally designed between 1930 – 1950 and the original sketch states that it should be upholstered with paper.

    ANDERS MATTSON CABINETWORK

    At the Anders Mattson Cabinetworks in Valdemarsvik, Josef Frank’s iconic 2192 cabinet has been produced since 1999. To celebrate the 100 years anniversary of Svenskt Tenn, the workshop has been commissioned to produce the Stockholm Cabinet in a limited edition of 100 units.

    Sustainability in focus

    Read more about Svenskt Tenn's Sustainability Philosophy below.

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    You can also pay with Svenskt Tenn’s gift cards.

  • Return & Exchange

    30 day right to return

    We offer a 30-day open purchase and return policy. You pay for the return shipping.

    If you wish to return an item, please register it here.

    30 day right to exchange

    We offer a 30-day open purchase and return policy. You can exchange one item for another by placing a new order on our website. A new shipping fee will be added, and you also pay for the return shipping.

    The policy do not apply to fabric by the metre or for made-to-order products. If you want to return stocked furniture, please contact Svenskt Tenn’s Customer Service.

    Read more about returns and exchanges in our Terms & Conditions.

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Stockholm cabinet

500,000 SEK

Stock: In stock online
  • Shipping information
  • Payment methods
    Klarna Swish Visa Mastercard American Express PayPal

    You can also pay with Svenskt Tenn’s gift cards.

  • Return & Exchange

    30 day right to return

    We offer a 30-day open purchase and return policy. You pay for the return shipping.

    If you wish to return an item, please register it here.

    30 day right to exchange

    We offer a 30-day open purchase and return policy. You can exchange one item for another by placing a new order on our website. A new shipping fee will be added, and you also pay for the return shipping.

    The policy do not apply to fabric by the metre or for made-to-order products. If you want to return stocked furniture, please contact Svenskt Tenn’s Customer Service.

    Read more about returns and exchanges in our Terms & Conditions.

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