A Josef Frank mahogany cabinet, doors and sides covered in Frank's floral chintz fabric 'Fatima', Svenskt Tenn ca 1937.

A Josef Frank mahogany cabinet, doors and sides covered in Frank's floral chintz fabric 'Fatima', Svenskt Tenn ca 1937.

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A Josef Frank walnut show case cabinet on stand, model 2077, by Svenskt Tenn. Height 169, width 90, depth 3.... - Spring Modern Auction, Stockholm 566 – Bukowskis

A Josef Frank walnut show case cabinet on stand, model 2077, by Svenskt Tenn. Height 169, width 90, depth 3.... - Spring Modern Auction, Stockholm 566 – Bukowskis

Spring interior from Svenskt Tenn's store at Strandvägen 5 in Stockholm.

Spring interior from Svenskt Tenn's store at Strandvägen 5 in Stockholm.

Fabric Rox & Fix, here as wallpaper. Designed by Josef Frank for Svenskt Tenn.

Fabric Rox & Fix, here as wallpaper. Designed by Josef Frank for Svenskt Tenn.

Svenskt Tenn

Svenskt Tenn

Svenskt Tenn's Design Studio Private Residence Living Room

Svenskt Tenn's Design Studio Private Residence Living Room

Svenskt Tenn

Svenskt Tenn

The Tea room in Svenskt Tenn's store at Strandvägen 5.

The Tea room in Svenskt Tenn's store at Strandvägen 5.

The Liljevalch sofa from 1934 was the first piece of furniture that Josef Frank designed for Svenskt Tenn. It was shown for the first time at the Liljevalch Art Gallery in Stockholm and hence the name “Liljevalch Sofa”. In a letter to Estrid Ericson Frank wrote that he had designed this large and generous sofa in protest over the prevailing functionalism and boring Swedish handicrafts.

The Liljevalch sofa from 1934 was the first piece of furniture that Josef Frank designed for Svenskt Tenn. It was shown for the first time at the Liljevalch Art Gallery in Stockholm and hence the name “Liljevalch Sofa”. In a letter to Estrid Ericson Frank wrote that he had designed this large and generous sofa in protest over the prevailing functionalism and boring Swedish handicrafts.

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