“The Enduring Designs of Josef Frank” is on exhibit at the American Swedish Institute, combining textiles and furnishings designed by Josef Frank. Frank was born in Austria, and is considered a leading pioneer of Swedish Modern design, and many of Frank’s timeless textile designs and furnishings remain in production today. Frank (who was Jewish) and his Swedish wife to moved to Stockholm in 1933, and then to New York City. After the war, the Franks returned to Stockholm where he produced further new furniture designs.
This is the view as you walk down the steps into the exhibit:
A chair that would be perfect in my kitchen, either one:
Another chair, perfect for reading – and color-wise, would be perfect in my living room:
Another great chair!
I love the drawers in this chest, the variety of shapes and handles.
And finally, a picture of a panel:
This exhibit is going to be at the American Swedish Institute until July 8th.