Lost Furniture Design Classics Office Furniture by Arne Jacobsen for the American Scandinavian Society desk

At the same time as he was developing the Ant Chair, Arne Jacobsen created a one-off range of office furniture

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ant chair arne jacobsen fritz hansen side

Remaining in celebratory mood….. Twenty five years after the young guns of European modernism gathered in Stuttgart to open the

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Arne Jacobsen's Bellvue Chair from 1934

As already stated our visit to Copenhagen and CORE 10 was without question one of our more disappointing trips. Largely

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The Little Mermaid and the Panton Chair - two of Copenhagens most important landmarks

For one of Denmark’s most celebrated designers Verner Panton spent considerably little time in Denmark; and many most of his

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Concrete bowl by Stephan Schulz for betonui

The (smow)blog team outing to the cardboard furniture workshop was coupled with a visit to the current Vitra Design Museum

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Charles Eames Three legged side chair from 1944 (photo via http://www.moma.org/)

When we were still young, fit and healthy, towns and cities existed. Just existed. These days in order to exist

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