Christine McDonald

Viggo Boesen

Viggo Boesen

Viggo Boesen is a relatively little known architect who contributed to Denmark’s signature design aesthetic in the 1930s. In particular, his work reflected Scandinavian ‘Funkis’ style, a Nordic take on Art Deco. In contrast to mass produced materials and the less-is-more approach from the Bauhaus school of thought, Boesen brought a soft, warm and almost naïve aspect to design, ushering in new forms of upholstered furniture.

Ray Wilkes

“The fact is, I like total simplicity,” says Ray Wilkes. “It’s the philosophy of my life. An architect once told me that I was a true minimalist. And minimalism isn’t just straight lines – the most important thing is the form, and the simplicity of making it.”

The witty minimalist designed Herman Miller's most memorable foray into post-modern furniture, reissued 45 years later
Get the lighting right, and the same space can be transformed to support whatever you use it for. You can create the perfect interior, but it’s the lighting that sets the mood and brings our homes to life.

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