Chaise Longues

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  • Rusty Velvet Daybed
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    NKSO00046

    Design history Designer: Suzanne Guiguichon Manufacturer: France Style: Mid-Century Modern Period: circa 1950s Description Daybed designed by Suzanne Guiguichon, circa 1950s. Mahogany frame and later rusty velvet upholstery. Measurements of the decorative pillow: diameter 22 cm, length 100 cm. Details Materials and Techniques: Mahogany, velvet...

  • NKSO00038

    Design history Designer: Ib Kofod-Larsen Manufacturer: Christensen & Larsen Style: Mid-Century Modern Period: circa 1960 Description Daybed in solid teak, designed by Ib Kofod-Larsen in 1956. Visible tongue-and-groove joints, tapered legs in beech, black Formica covered pull-out tray. Produced by Christensen & Larsen and presented at Københavns...

  • NKARCL00006

    Design history Designer: Massimo Iosa Ghini Manufacturer: Moroso, Itay Style: Mid-Century Modern Period: circa 1980 Description  Chaise lounge designed by Massimo Iosa Ghini (born 1959) and manufactured by Moroso, Italian design of the 1980s. Adjustable construction made of chromed flat and round steel. Molded plywood shell in black lacquer and covers...

  • NKSO00041

    Design history Designer: Kurt Østervig Manufacturer: Matzform Style: Mid-Century Modern Period: produced circa 2017 Description Kurt Østervig (1912-1986) designed this daybed, model 311, in circa 1958. Frame made of walnut-stained American oak. Cushions upholstered in wool from Kvadrat. Height of the frame 36 cm, with cushion 42 cm. Reproduced by...

  • NKSO00032

    Design history Designer: Peter Hvidt and Orla Mølgaard-Nielsen Manufacturer: France & Daverkosen, Denmark Style: Scandinavian Modern Period: 1960s Description Peter Hvidt and Orla Mølgaard-Nielsen daybed, model FD451, with teak frame and tapered legs. Produced by France & Daverkosen, circa 1960s. The daybed has fold-down wicker sides and the...

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