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Gio Ponti
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17 Feb 2015
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Osvaldo Borsani
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17 Feb 2015
DA

He founded the company Tecno in 1952 with his brother Fulgenzio. From 1952 to his death in 1985, Osvaldo was the main designer for Tecno, well-known for its high quality office furniture.

Preben Fabricius
Atlas
17 Feb 2015
DA

Preben Fabricius served his apprenticeship as a cabinet maker with master joiner Niels Vodder in 1952, followed by a course at the School of Interior Design.

Poul Cadovius
Atlas
17 Feb 2015
DA
George Nelson
Atlas
17 Feb 2015
DA

George Nelson studied Architecture at Yale, where he graduated in 1928. He continued his studies and received a bachelor degree in fine arts in 1931.

Friso Kramer
Atlas
17 Feb 2015
DA
Jorgen Kastholm
Atlas
17 Feb 2015
DA

After studies in the United States Jørgen Kastholm was trained as blacksmith in 1953 in his father's company.

Florence Knoll Basset
Atlas
17 Feb 2015
DA

While a student at the Kingswood School on the campus of the Cranbrook Educational Community in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, Florence Schust became a protegée of Eero Saarinen.

Tobia Scarpa
Atlas
17 Feb 2015
DA
Ole Wanscher
Atlas
17 Feb 2015
DA
Atlas
17 Feb 2015
DA

Philip Watts Design is a creative design and build company. Over the years they have established a range of products, manufactured on the same site as the design studio.

Atlas
16 Feb 2015
DA
Atlas
16 Feb 2015
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Willie Landels
Atlas
16 Feb 2015
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Arne Vodder
Atlas
13 Feb 2015
DA
Finn Juhl
Atlas
13 Feb 2015
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Kai Kristiansen
Atlas
13 Feb 2015
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Kai Kristiansen studied at Det Danske Kongelige Kunstakaemi in Copenhagen where he finished his apprenticeship in 1948. In 1955 he opened his own studio and began creating models for manufacturers as well known as Fritz Hansen, Kjærsgaard or Tarm og Feldballe. His design is characterized by clean lines and the intensive use of teak and rosewood. His best-known creations are the chair #42 and his wall units.

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