Council Chair Lounge by Kasper Salto and Thomas Sigsgaard for Onecollection
Danish furniture brand Onecollection will be showing several novelties during Milan Design Week 2014 including the ‘Council Chair Lounge’, a lower and slightly tilted version of the original Council Chair designed by Kasper Salto and Thomas Sigsgaard for the Trusteeship Council Chamber at the U.N. Headquarters in New York.
Interior with original furniture by Finn Juhl
On January 30, 2012, the internationally recognized Danish furniture designer and architect Finn Juhl who died in 1989 would have turned 100. Events all over the world – from Tokyo over Cologne to Milan and also in his native Copenhagen – celebrate his lifetime achievement…
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'Kindt-Larsen taburet' by Tove and Edvard Kindt-Larsen
Following ‘an inspiring co-operation’ with the son of Tove and Edvard Kindt-Larsen, Ebbe, the Danish manufacturer Onecollection has recently re-released this iconic, four-legged stool designed by the couple in 1957.
'Warning' by Linn Anne Bjørk for onecollection
The Danish manufacturer onecollection, especially known for its comprehensive Finn Juhl collection, recently presented this sophisticated stool designed by Linn Anne Bjørk. Built up of three identical elements, ‘Warning’ is a study of how little wood you need for a strong and stable construction with a slight expression.
The 'Baker Sofa' originally Finn Juhl designed this sofa for Baker Furniture Inc. in USA in 1951
The Danish manufacturer onecollection recently re-edited one of the most famous classics of Finn Juhl – the Baker Sofa. With the separation of the upholstered backrest and seating mounted on a light wooden frame Finn Juhl understood to create – and this is what he is famous for – a light but at the same time organically shaped piece of furniture.
The 'Baker Sofa' reedited by onecollection
Originally Finn Juhl designed this sofa for Baker Furniture Inc. in USA in 1951.
The sculptural forms are inspired by the modern free art, which interested Finn Juhl very much. The sofa has an upholstered body divided in two, resting upon an elegant and light construction of wood – a typical example of how Finn Juhl separated the elements in order to create a visual lightness.
The sofa is upholstered in wool fabric, of customer’s choice and in two colors if wanted, delivered in walnut or teak.
The 'Wall Sofa' on a steel base, to be mounted on the wall
The ‘Wall Sofa’, designed in 1950 for The Nordenfjeldske Kunstindustrimuseum in Trondheim, where Finn Juhl was asked to decorated a room with modern interior design. The hanging frame is made of lacquered steel and is mounted to a wall.
The sofa has been produced in more lengths and is used in several of Finn Juhl’s famous interior designs and it is with its asymmetric look, probably the best example of how he was inspired by the modern free art.
The 'Wall Sofa' reedited by onecollection
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