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Josef Frank textile for Svenskt Tenn. Stockholm

Josef Frank textile for Svenskt Tenn. Stockholm

Josef Frank (1885-1967) was an Austrian-born architect, artist, and designer who adopted Swedish citizenship in the latter half of his life. Together with Oskar Strnad, he created the Vienna School of Architecture, and its concept of Modern houses, housing and interiors. . He was the most prestigious designer in the Stockholm design company Svenskt Tenn (Swedish Pewter) where he designed lively fabrics.

Josef Frank (1885-1967) was an Austrian-born architect, artist, and designer who adopted Swedish citizenship in the latter half of his life. Together with Oskar Strnad, he created the Vienna School of Architecture, and its concept of Modern houses, housing and interiors. . He was the most prestigious designer in the Stockholm design company Svenskt Tenn (Swedish Pewter) where he designed lively fabrics.

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.

Table Light Cylinder by Michael Anastassiades for Svenskt Tenn

Table Light Cylinder by Michael Anastassiades for Svenskt Tenn

Svenskt tenn kruka så snygg i blått!

Svenskt tenn kruka så snygg i blått!

Svenskt Tenn

Svenskt Tenn

Schäslong ritad av Josef Frank i samarbete med Estrid Ericson som också tog fram byrån tapetserad me...

Schäslong ritad av Josef Frank i samarbete med Estrid Ericson som också tog fram byrån tapetserad me...

Hortus Glas - högst upp på önskelistan

Hortus Glas - högst upp på önskelistan

Svenskt tenn, Stockholm. The company was founded by Estrid Ericson in 1924. Ten years later she was joined by the Austrian architect Josef Frank, who was fleeing Nazism. He went on to become one of Sweden’s most important designers, providing a bridge between Vienna and Stockholm, http://www.wgsn.com/blogs/travel/stockholm-svenskt-tenn-exhibition.

Svenskt tenn, Stockholm. The company was founded by Estrid Ericson in 1924. Ten years later she was joined by the Austrian architect Josef Frank, who was fleeing Nazism. He went on to become one of Sweden’s most important designers, providing a bridge between Vienna and Stockholm, http://www.wgsn.com/blogs/travel/stockholm-svenskt-tenn-exhibition.

Estrid Ericson; Pewter and Mahogany Table Mirror for Svenskt Tenn, 1930s.

Estrid Ericson; Pewter and Mahogany Table Mirror for Svenskt Tenn, 1930s.

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