Frank Landau - Selected Design Objects Frank Landau - Selected Design Objects

Selected Objects

Lounge Chair with Ottoman

Lounge chair with ottoman designed by the famous Danish Ib Kofod-Larsen. Both objects are in perfect condition from 1956 and the leather has an exceptionally beautiful patina. Manufactured by Christensen & Larsen. The benchmark for Danish design completed his studies at the Royal Danish Academy in Copenhagen and won numerous prestigious awards shortly afterwards. His work is characterised by an organic and minimalist design and the use of high-quality materials such as teak, rosewood and fine ...

Designer / Artist

Charlotte Perriand

Charlotte Perriand positively is the most important French designer and architect. She is born in 1903 in Paris and 1920-25 studies at the École de l‘Union Centrale des Arts Décoratifs. After graduation she starts designing furniture and causes a sensation with her 'Bar sous le toit' (bar under the roof), made of nickel plated copper and anodized aluminium - designed for her own studio and shown at the exhibition Salon d' Automne in 1927. Here she meets Le Corbusier and his cousin Pierre Jean ...

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Set of vases (3)

This set of three vases is produced by the American artist Claude Conover. All three vases are signed by the artist on the underside. They are unique ceramic pieces that live by the unique shape and by the patterns require an incredible endurance while producing. Conover is definitely a border crosser who moves between art and design with his works. Other artists like Hans Coper, Lucie Rie, Gertrud and Otto Natzler, as well as Stan Bitters move with their work on the same field. 

Designer / Artist

Edward Wormley

Edward Wormley is a designer of modernist furniture. In 1926 he goes to study briefly at the school of the Art Institute of Chicago and starts to work as an interior designer for Marshall Fields & Company department store. In 1931 he begins working for the Indiana based Dunbar Company, the collaboration that makes him a household name for several decades.

His first Dunbar chairs, produced in 1932, are reproductions of antique designs, but when they become popular Wormley augments the ...

Selected Objects

lounge chair

This object is an absolute masterpiece by the Danish designer Finn Juhl. The legendary chieftain's chair combines teak and leather and marks the highlight of Juhl's Career as a furniture designer, as well as a renewal of the Danish furniture design tradition. With its organic forms, the Lounge Chair frees itself from traditional functionalism in form, construction and material. In 2012, the Chieftain Chair received the Danish Design Award, Classic. Finn Juhl's imprint on Danish desi ...


miart - 2019

miart 2019 - We participate at the Object Section where galleries are active in the promotion of design, arts in limited editions and collectible design, whose exhibition activities are rooted in a close collaboration with the designers. Curated by Hugo Macdonald, Design Critic and Journalist, London. Together with the Swedisch Gallery Stockholmmodern we present an exciting concept, as well as, inspiring dialogues with a selection of design objects and artworks from: George Nakashima, Isamu N ...

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