- W: 15,50 cm
- D: 16 cm
- H: 3,50 cm
Manufacturer: Wiwen Nilsson
Quantity available: 1
Ref. no: 2760
An early example of the ‘Grasshopper lounge chair’, designed in 1968, the pieces is one of the most renouned pices from the danish duo Fabricius and Kastholm.
Literature: Manufacturer’s catalog, Kill International, c. 1970
The PK 61 table was designed in 1956 and in 1957 it was available with a glass top
Literature: Michael Sheridan ‘The Furniture of Poul Kjærholm: Catalogue Raisonné’, Gregory R. Miller & Co, 2008, ill. and described pp. 78-81
The teacher’s desk was designed in 1957 for Munkegaard Elementary School
Provenance: Munkegaard Elementary School
Literature: Carsten Thau & Kjeld Vindum ‘Arne Jacobsen’, 2001, Danish Architectural Press, p. 143
2 volume book-set with the complete history of Danish furniture design in the 20th Century written by Professor Arne Karlsen.
The book covers the entire period, from the foundations laid by the “Klint School” in the 1920’s, through the “golden age” in the middle of the century which established so many of the great Danish furniture designers, and the legacy they left behind.
Volume 1, 230 pages.
Volume 2, 334 pages.
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The PK 101 was designed in 1956, however it was not put into production until 1959 and was listed in the Kold Christensen catalogues until 1966.
Stamped with the mark of E. Kold Christensen.
Literature: Michael Sheridan ‘The Furniture of Poul Kjærholm: Catalogue Raisonné’, Gregory R. Miller & Co, 2008, ill. and described pp. 82-83.