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Lunch Break

In 1969 the interior designed by Verner Panton for the headquarters of Spiegel Publishing in Hamburg, Germany was inaugurated. When Spiegel in 2011 moved the interior of the canteen was donated to the Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe in Hamburg. If you are travelling to Hamburg, go see -and imaging having lunch in the space designed by Verner Panton.  
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Barbro Nilsson

In 1919 Märta Måås-Fjetterström started her textiles workshop in the little town of Båstad, in the southwest of Sweden. She created designs for rugs and furnishing fabrics which were then woven by local women. Her most important source of inspiration was the Swedish countryside with its profusion of wild flowers and animals. In 1934, at the age of 61, she...
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TEFAF New York Spring

Thank you TEFAF for a great experience at this year’s Spring exhibition in New York. The collection of selected Nordic design was shown in the Park Avenue Armory - a place the gallery has known for more than 20 years and still find inspiring. The old building has a warm and welcoming atmosphere. Showcasing pieces by Nordic designers as Finn...
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Pair of Table Lamps

This unique pair of table lamps was designed and intended for Nordjyllands Kunstmuseum (today KUNSTEN Museum of Modern Art) located in northern Jutland, Denmark. The museum was designed by Finnish architects Elissa and Alvar Aalto in collaboration with Danish architect Jean-Jacques Baruël. It is a principal work in Danish architectural history and the only building in Denmark designed by the...
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Save the Date

Join Dansk Møbelkunst Gallery next week at TEFAF New York Spring. We are looking forward to revisit the Park Avenue Armory from May 2 - 7, stand # 320.  
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Early inspiration

Poul Henningsen (1894 – 1967) witnessed the bare electric bulb as only light source as a young child. This experience inspired him to find a solution to shield the bulb and the direct light from it. He gained his first experiences as a lamp constructor in 1916 – 1920 working for acquaintances. This led to work with light rays and...
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