Josef Frank, Swedish-Austrian designer, known for his textiles, was also an architect, furniture designer,  glass ware, lighting, and metalwork- artist.

Day one: Josef Frank

Josef Frank's vibrantly patterned fabrics and wallpapers make a room come alive! Josef Frank fabric for Svenskt Tenn through Bunschwig et Fils

Josef Frank 1885-1967 CARPET. "Matta nr 1"

Designed by Josef Frank 1938 for Svenskt Tenn. Produced by Hitex A glued label at the back.

A Josef Frank mahogany cabinet, doors and sides covered in Frank's floral chintz fabric 'Fatima', Svenskt Tenn ca 1937.

A Josef Frank mahogany cabinet covered in Frank's floral chintz fabric 'Fatima' by designers Svenskt Tenn,

Vintage Scandinavian Tiger Rug by Artist Josef Frank 48681

Vintage Scandinavian Tiger Rug by Artist Josef Frank 48681 Detail/Large View by Nazmiyal Antique Rugs and carpet gallery.

Josef Frank, Manhattan, 1943-45Most of Josef Frank’s patterns are inspired by nature, but this lyrical take on Manhattan’s grid is one of the exceptions

Fabric of life: Josef Frank's joyous textile designs – in pictures

Fresh & lively, unexpected Josef Frank

Josef Frank so lovely. Extending tradition of Klee, Miro, Matisse

motifs textile : pour un tapis, Josef Frank, 1928, jaune, bleu

Greys / grays make outstanding foils to bright shades. Here, a deep orange and sky blue jump out of the composition while black, warm pale blue, red-violet and a yellow-beige provide intriguing accents