4

84andahalf:

Set of 4 teak dining chairs with solid Afromosia frames and brass detailing by Arne Hovmand-Olsen, Denmark (detail)

715

scandinaviancollectors:

ALVAR AALTO, Stool model X601, designed in 1954 and manufactured by Artek Oy, Finland. / faberworkshop

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plastolux:

Sam Maloof wood sculptorhttp://plastolux.com/sam-maloof-wood-sculptor.html#.U1kVhlxCf8s

477

scandinaviancollectors:

POUL KJAERHOLM, PK-61 coffee table, 1956. Manufactured by E. Kold Christensen,Denmark. Flint-rolled Cippolino marble top with matte chrome-plated steel frame. / Wright

144

scandinaviancollectors:

Villa Mairea, by Alvar Aalto, Noormarkku, Finland. 1938. A detail from the main staircase, pine and brass. / Pinterest

319

scandinaviancollectors:

Harry Bertoia, Diamond chair, 1954 by Knoll International. Photograph by Bruce White. / MidModAndMore

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scandinaviancollectors:

Sideboard by Finn Juhl, 1955. A walnut cabinet on a steel frame. Originally manufactured by Bovirke, Denmark, official repoduction by OneCollection. / OneCollection

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just-good-design:

Hilti Trainingszentrum.

96

scandinaviancollectors:

Jean Prouvé´s rare Cafétéria' chair, model no. 300, designed for the Air France Building, Brazzaville, 1952. From the book “Jean Prouvé, Consepteur - Constructeur” / Amazon

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scandinaviancollectors:

The PK25 was designed by Poul Kjærholm in 1951, for his final graduation project at the School of Applied Arts in Copenhagen. The PK25, also known as the Element chair is a fine example of the young Kjærholm´s eagerness to work with common, industrial materials. Kjærholm was determinated to reduce the chair to a single piece of each material, resulting in the overarching hallmark of the chair: The continuous and rather complex steel frame that is bent in a single piece without joints and connections. (Quote from Fritz Hansen) / Pinterest