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


We take a break

Ladies and Gentlemen, dear friends,

we take a break. The office and the gallery is closed until end of August 2022
Mails are read at irregular intervals.

Best Regards 
Frank Landau 

Selected Objects

table lamps (2)(b)

Two early examples of Isamu Noguchi´s "Akari" table lamps. They are a part of the Akari light sculpture line and the original washi paper shades bears Noguchi´s printed mark. Both examples comes in an elongated form. An icon of 1950s modern design, manufactured by Ozeki Company, Japan. In the 1940s and 1950s, Noguchi's best-known furniture designs were created for Herman Miller and Knoll International. During a stay in Japan in 1951, the Asian lamps made of paper and bamboo aro ...

Designer / Artist

Johannes Hock

Johannes Hock is a german carpenter, architect and designer.

In the early 90s, Hock completed an apprenticeship as a cabinet maker in Aschaffenburg. He then studies architecture at the Technical University Darmstadt and graduated in 2000.In the following years Johannes ran the fashion label goyagoya together with his wife, the awarded fashion designer, Elena Zenero. For the label he designed outlets in Frankfurt, Milan and Zurich, fair stands and furniture. Since 2012 he focusses on h ...

Selected Objects


Sideboard by contemporary German artist Johannes Hock. The corpus comes in veneered tabletop in diamond pattern, used by 30 types of wood. The drawer front is bronze and contains six of it. Manufactured by Atelier Johannes Hock. Hock learned thinking with his hands during training in cabinet making in the early nineties in Aschaffenburg. After studying architecture at the Technische Universität in Darmstadt, he ran the fashion label goyagoya together with his wife, the awarded fashion designe ...

Selected Objects

lounge chairs (2) (h)

These original chairs appears in bleached teak with bended and slightly curved back. Seat and back are cane. Both chairs comes in good original condition and have a marking on the back and one on the side. Swiss-born Pierre Jeanneret was an architect and furniture designer. For many years he was in cooperation with Charlotte Perriand and moreover a partner of his famous cousin Le Corbusier. In 1950 the two men were the principal  project managers for the construction ...

Designer / Artist

Ettore Sottsass

Ettore Sottsass is an Austrian-Italian architect, designer and photographer. He is known world-wide by his object Valentine, a red, easily portable typewriter made of plastic and as a member of the group Memphis. With his design, he opposes the modernist dictatorship of modernity for more emotion and less practicality.

In 1935 he began his studies and received his diploma at the Polytechnic of Turin. As a soldier of the Italian army, he spends most of the Second World War in a Yugosla ...

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