A. Jacob Marks - Skram
AKMD
Alexander Girard -Knoll
Anna Karlin
Apparatus
Architecture & Associés - Knoll
Art Squared
Barber & Osgerby -Knoll
BassamFellows
Bec Brittain
Bocci
Bover
Carlos Riart -Knoll
Charles Pfister -Knoll
Charles Pollock -Knoll
Cini Boeri -Knoll
Coolican & Company
Daniel Stromborg -Knoll
David Adjaye -Knoll
David Weeks
Don Chadwick -Knoll
Douglas Fanning
Eero Saarinen -Knoll
EOOS- Carl Hansen
Florence Knoll -Knoll
Frank Gehry -Knoll
Frits Henningsen- Carl Hansen
Gabriel Scott
George Nakashima -Knoll
Greta Grossman - Gubi
Gubi
Hans Wegner -Carl Hansen
Harry Bertoia -Knoll
Hennepin Made
Isamu Noguchi -Knoll
Jacques Adnet - Gubi
Jeff Nimeh
Jehs + Laub -Knoll
Jens Risom -Knoll
Jonathan Olivares -Knoll
Joseph D'Urso -Knoll
Juniper
Kaare Klint -Carl Hansen
Kazuhide Takahama -Knoll
Klein Reid
Kosoy & Bouchard
Larsen & Bender- Carl Hansen
Lella and Massimo Vignelli -Knoll
Lindsey Adelman
Loren Kaplan
Marc Krusin -Knoll
Marcel Breuer -Knoll
Marcello Apa
Marco Maran -Knoll
Martha Sturdy
Materia Designs
Matthew Hilton -De La Espada
Maya Lin -Knoll
Michael Ruh
Mies Van Der Rohe -Knoll
Miles & May
Mirena Kim
Miss Print Wallpaper
Mogens Koch -Carl Hansen
Mogens Lassen- Carl Hansen
Morten Gøttler -Carl Hansen
Neri & Hu -De La Espada
NLXL
Ole Wanscher -Carl Hansen
PELLE
Piero Lissoni -Knoll
Poul Kjærholm- Carl Hansen
Reinaldo Sanguino -RS Ceramics
Richard Schultz -Knoll
Rina Menardi
Robert Best -Bestlite
Roll & Hill
Ross Lovegrove -Knoll
Serge Mouille
Shelton Mindel -Knoll
Siemon & Salazar
Skram Furniture
Sophie Cook
Speke I Klein
Stamberg Aferiat -Knoll
Stickbulb
Stone and Sawyer
Strand & Hvass- Carl Hansen
Tadao Ando -Carl Hansen
Thomas Bo Kastholm- Carl Hansen
Tracy Glover
Tracy Kendall
Ufficio Tecnico -Knoll
Vico Magistrati -Knoll
Walter G
Warren Platner -Knoll
Workstead
 

DESIGNERS & BRANDS

Poul Kjærholm- Carl Hansen

Poul Kjærholm is regarded a central figure in international furniture design. Kjærholm combined his modern form language with an uncompromising approach to materials and quality, strongly rooted in the Danish tradition of craftsmanship. At the same time, he was deeply inspired by the German Bauhaus School and the Dutch De Stijl movement.

Kjærholm made a name for himself primarily with his modern steel, leather and glass furniture. Function and clarity became the hallmarks of Kjærholm’s entire career as both an educator and a furniture designer. He did not see himself as someone who designed objects, but rather as someone who created spaces. He often designed furniture with particular places in mind, doing so with a rigor and level of detail that continues to arouse admiration. In his own words, Kjærholm strived to express each material’s own language – whether he was working with steel, leather, glass, wood or wicker.

Kjærholm was an idealist in his field. Throughout his career, he avoided easy solutions and refused to be influenced by shifting fads. He was driven by a desire to realize each material’s intrinsic nature and create harmony between form and material – and often felt there was only one solution to a given problem. He was a demanding teacher guided by perfectionism and discipline, his idealistic approach to design also manifesting itself among his students.

Source: www.carlhansen.com

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