I want an indoor tree like this 😊🌳 Throwback to Friday's Ifö blogger event and visit at designer Knud Holscher's stunning design studio -> more about that om the blog right now #newblogpost #ifo #ifoevent #spiraart    #Regram via @scandinavianlovesong

I want an indoor tree like this 😊🌳 Throwback to Friday's Ifö blogger event and visit at designer Knud Holscher's stunning design studio -> more about that om the blog right now #newblogpost #ifo #ifoevent #spiraart #Regram via @scandinavianlovesong

Knud Holscher, le design au quotidien

Knud Holscher, le design au quotidien

La Maison du Danemark à Paris présente la première rétrospective en France consacrée au designer et architecte danois Knud Holscher.

La Maison du Danemark à Paris présente la première rétrospective en France consacrée au designer et architecte danois Knud Holscher.

Knud Holscher, le design au quotidien

Réhabilité par la designer Faye Toogood, cet appartement tout en camaïeux de gris et de bleu incarne un certain renouveau du style british. Jusqu’au parfum créé pour l’endroit, aux effluves de cuir et de terre. Just perfect.

The "Holscher chair" acquired its name because of the steel tube construction made by the blacksmith Svend Holscher, the father of professor Knud Holscher. Svend Holscher was a blacksmith in the small town of Rødby, his son Knud was a good friend of, and studied together with, Poul Kjærholm. The chairs were manufactured for friends and for the Kjærholm family. The winding of the flag halyard was done by Hanne and Poul Kjærholm, Knud Holscher and in this case by Holø Bergljot.

The "Holscher chair" acquired its name because of the steel tube construction made by the blacksmith Svend Holscher, the father of professor Knud Holscher. Svend Holscher was a blacksmith in the small town of Rødby, his son Knud was a good friend of, and studied together with, Poul Kjærholm. The chairs were manufactured for friends and for the Kjærholm family. The winding of the flag halyard was done by Hanne and Poul Kjærholm, Knud Holscher and in this case by Holø Bergljot.

Knud Holscher, le design au quotidien

Knud Holscher, le design au quotidien

La Maison du Danemark à Paris présente la première rétrospective en France consacrée au designer et architecte danois Knud Holscher.

Poul Kjaerholm "Holscher" Chairs

Poul Kjaerholm "Holscher" Chairs

4B / Holscher Arkitekter

Gallery of 4B / Holscher Arkitekter - 17

Pinterest
Rechercher