Extendable Oak Dining Table with ‘Louisiana’ Chairs and Jakobsson Chandelier

$62,000.00 USD

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Jørgen Bo and Vilhelm Wohlert for P. Jeppesens Møbelfabrik, set of twelve ‘Louisiana’ dining chairs, oak, leather, Denmark, 1958
The ‘Louisiana’ chair was initially created for the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in Humlebæk (Denmark) which Danish architects Jørgen Bo and Vilhelm Wohlert have designed. Inside the modern building complex, the chairs were supposed to serve as functional chairs for events. Therefore, Bo and Wohlert had a comfortable chair in mind that is easily stackable. The round seat with brown leather and a curved backrest provides comfort. Jørgen Bo (1919-1999) first studied at the School of Architecture at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts until 1941 and in 1960 was appointed as a professor. Together with Vilhelm Wohlert Jørgen Bo designed multiple projects like the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in Humlebæk, Denmark.

Vilhelm Wohlert (1920-2007) studied at the School of Architecture at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts under Kaare Klint. From 1968 until 1986 he was employed there as a professor of architecture. Together with Jørgen Bo, Wohlert designed multiple projects like the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in Humlebæk, Denmark. Also important was his work as an independent architect where he accomplished important renovations and designed churches.

Measurements of the chairs: 76 x 51 x 53 cm (seat height: 45cm)


Extendable dining table, oak, brass, Denmark, 1950s
This dining table comes with three extra leaves that allow you to transform the small round table into a long oval dining table. The table than spans over 3m (118in.). The oakwood shows a vivid grain that structures the tabletop. Four legs with brass details are joined by an extra leg in the middle to stabilize the construction.

Measurements of the table: 72 x 304 x 130cm


Hans-Agne Jakobsson for Markaryd, ceiling light, model T 746, Sweden, 1960s
Hans-Agne Jakobsson designed this large chandelier with eight cylindrical lightbulbs paired on a line. The brass reflects the light vertically whilst the light itself is emitted on a horizontal manner. This gives the lamp a sculptural and three-dimensional feeling. The golden brass has a beautiful warm look.

Hans-Agne Jakobsson (1919-2009) was designing in the golden age of Scandinavian design. Swedish interior decorator and furniture designer Hans-Agne Jakobsson is best remembered for his softly glowing, glare-free lighting fixtures, which were inspired by the "organic modern" approaches of Danish lighting master Poul Henningsen and Finnish icon Alvar Aalto. Jakobsson created a range of pendants, floor lamps, wall lamps, and table lamps that showcase a penchant for diverse materials and forms, as well as a deep understanding of lighting effects.

Measurements of the lamp: 115 x 186.5 x 47 cm

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Product details

  • Condition Good
  • Creator Hans-Agne Jakobsson (Designer) Jørgen Bo (Designer) Vilhelm Wohlert (Designer)
  • Date of Manufacture 1950s
  • Dimensions Height 28.35 in. Width 119.69 in. Depth 51.19 in.
  • Dimensions Height 72 cm Width 304 cm Depth 130 cm
  • Materials and Techniques Oak Brass Leather
  • Period 1950-1959
  • Place of Origin Europe
  • sold as set of 12
  • Style Mid-Century Modern (of the period)