Design, Decoded: Hans Wegner and The Wishbone Chair - Annabode - Denver's #1 Sustainable Interior Design Firm
You may not know its name, but you might recognize the shape of the ubiquitous wishbone chair by Hans Wegner. Introduced in 1949, it was based on a Chinese child’s chair and had a Y-shaped splat with a curved back. I’ve seen it absolutely everywhere on Pinterest lately, and its elegant lines are just as beautiful today as they […]
Bulthaup Showroom TLV / Pitsou Kedem Architects
Bulthaup Showroom TLV by Pitsou Kedem Architects (Design Team: Pitsou Kedem, Raz Melamed, Irene Goldberg) / Tel Aviv, Israel
Description: Designed by Hans J. Wegner in 1954. The simple and elegant CH008 table embodies Wegner's ideology and spirit for simplicity. Wegner, with his unique understanding of wood, its possibilities and limitations, created many designs each with its own personality yet in a consistent language. The CH 008 was originally designed by Hans J. Wegner to compliment the CH 25 Easy Chair but is a great companion for the CH007 Shell Chair as well. The CH008 is available with a diameter of
Gift Guide 2014: Books for the Architect - Remodelista
Every architect–and architecture devotee–has a library of treasured design books lovingly built up over time. Here are five welcome new additions to the sh
HANS J. WEGNER, fruit bowl | Wright20.com
Lot 185: Hans J. Wegner. fruit bowl. 1959, mahogany, enameled brass. 26½ dia × 13¼ h in. result: $10,413. estimate: $10,000–15,000. Signed with applied manufacturer's label to underside: [Design: Hans J. Wegner Made In Copenhagen Denmark By Johannes Hansen Cabinetmakers].
Carl Hansen & Son brings Scandi design to New York's Flatiron District
Danish furniture brand Carl Hansen & Son has relocated its showroom in Manhattan, filling a loft-style space near Gramercy Park.