scandinaviancollectors: HENNING KOPPEL, Den Gravida Ankan (The Bregnant Duck), 1952, by Georg Jensen, Denmark. / Lauritz
scandinaviancollectors: A large scale mid-century drawing by Sonia Gechtoff (c.1950) and Gerrit Rietveld´s Zig Zag chair, 1932. / Pinterest
scandinaviancollectors: ROBERT MAPPLETHORPE, RM Glass Collection, 1984. Vintage silver print. Robert Mapplethorpe was a keen collector of Scandinavian art ceramics, on this picture featured part of his collection of unique Berndt Friberg vases by Gustavsberg, Sweden, ca.1950s. / Olga Korper Gallery
scandinaviancollectors: Contemporary Manhattan livingroom designed by Jason Goldstein: Vintage 1970s metal-studded work from Galerie Camoin Demachy and Florence Knoll bench originally designed in 1954. / Architectural Digest
scandinaviancollectors: MIES VAN DER ROHE (in collaboration with Lilly Reich), Barcelona stool, originally designed for the German Pavilion at the International Exposition of 1929 in Barcelona, Spain.
designed-for-life: Spa-Style Dream Bath: Fluidity and continuity between a master bedroom and bathroom can create a space that feels freeing and relaxing. Here, a double-sided fireplace and open doorway are all that separate this master bathroom and bedroom. The lack of doors adds to the free-flowing look that the homeowners craved. The fireplace, covered in tiny marble tiles on the bath side, creates a simple and dramatic focal point in the spacious bathroom. Large charcoal-gray bluestone tiles on the floor enhance the marble’s dark gray veining and provide a contrast in scale when compared with the tiny tiles featured throughout the rest of the room Via: Bhg
scandinaviancollectors: Poul Kjærholm, PK-33 stool 1959, and Charles & Ray Eames´s LCW plywood lounge chair designed in 1946. / Pinterest
scandinaviancollectors: Barcelona lounge chairs by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe (1929) and Tulip side table by Eero Saarinen (1956) for Knoll International. / Woon Home