Kaj Franck

Kaj Franck blog postsFinnish designer Kaj Franck (1911–1989) studied furniture design at the Central School of Industrial Design in Helsinki and in 1945 began to work with Arabia, eventually becoming head designer for the company. He worked extensively in porcelain, glass and enamelled steel, and it was in the latter medium that he collaborated on a joint project between Finel Arabia and Danish lighting company Fog & Mørup in the mid 1970s. Franck's design philosophy was that an object should be durable, robust, easy to clean, functional, indispensable, and do justice to the materials used for it. 

Fog & Mørup's 1970s collaboration with Arabia

Fog & Mørup's 1970s collaboration with Arabia

modblog 03/07/2010 0
In the mid-1970s Fog & Mørup made a brief return to its roots in ironmongery when it embarked upon a collaboration with Finnish company Arabia which e...
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