Yngve Ekström

Yngve Ekström is the designer that together with his brother Jerker and his friend Bertil Started ESE-furniture in 1945. ESE later changed into SWEDESE-furniture, and is today one of Swedens most renowned furniture manufacturers.
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Yngve Ekstrom, Convertible sofa/daybed with cantilevered side table, 1959.

Yngve Ekstrom, Convertible sofa/daybed with cantilevered side table, 1959.

Yngve Ekström; Beech, Teak and Cane ‘Kurva’ Chair for Swedese, 1950.

Yngve Ekström; Beech, Teak and Cane ‘Kurva’ Chair for Swedese, 1950.

Yngve Ekström; Pine 'Thema' Chairs, 1952.

Yngve Ekström; Pine 'Thema' Chairs, 1952.

Yngve Ekström; Oak Sofa for Kock, 1960s. Studio Schalling.

Yngve Ekström; Oak Sofa for Kock, 1960s. Studio Schalling.

Lille Lykke: Long distance personal shopping

Lille Lykke: Long distance personal shopping

Laminett Chair by Yngve Ekström, 1956

Laminett Chair by Yngve Ekström, 1956

Yngve Ekström, 'Sibbo' chair

Yngve Ekström, 'Sibbo' chair

Yngve Ekström Lamino Chair and Ottoman for Swedese Mobler  $2200  MIDCENTURY MODERN FINDS

Yngve Ekström Lamino Chair and Ottoman for Swedese Mobler $2200 MIDCENTURY MODERN FINDS

Yngve Ekström; Teak Chair for ESE-Möbler, 1950s.

Yngve Ekström; Teak Chair for ESE-Möbler, 1950s.

Yngve Ekstrom Rocking Chair  Sweden  1956  Ekstrom iconic design in a rare rocking chair version. Chair version seen quite often, rocker hard to find! Curved one piece design forms seat and back attaching to a walnut frame. Chair has been redone in a nubbly cream chenille.

Yngve Ekstrom Rocking Chair

Yngve Ekstrom Rocking Chair Sweden 1956 Ekstrom iconic design in a rare rocking chair version. Chair version seen quite often, rocker hard to find! Curved one piece design forms seat and back attaching to a walnut frame. Chair has been redone in a nubbly cream chenille.

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