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We collaborate with up-and-coming and well-established designers from around the world. Drawn to fresh thinking and new perspectives, we empower our design partners to take risks and design for the way people work and live today.

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Ander Lizaso

Ander Lizaso

Spanish designer Ander Lizaso grew up in the Basque Country of Spain and went on to study industrial design at Mondragon University.

Lizaso mastered in furniture design at the IED Madrid in 2011. He specializes in furniture design, with a deep understanding of each stage of the process from materials and sourcing to manufacturing best practices.

Anne Boysen

Anne Boysen

Growing up in a family of carpenters, Anne’s love of architecture and design was ingrained in her from a young age. From winning awards starting when she was still in art school (and continuing to win them today) to winning Danish design competition TV show “Denmark’s Next Classic” in 2020 - there’s been no shortage of recognition for over a decade of how impactful and revolutionary her designs are. “My mission is to make complexity simple and accessible in designs that move the user. I aim to create aesthetic experiences that go far beyond form and function and invite a deeper understanding of life by inspiring a sensory awareness of beauty and fun.”

Brad Ascalon

Brad Ascalon

Brad Ascalon’s eponymous studio was founded in 2006.

Working with clients ranging from global brands to start-ups, Brad Ascalon’s work has been exhibited around the world at global design hubs in Milan, Paris, London, Cologne, Stockholm, New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Guangzhou and Moscow, where he was invited to exclusively to represent American design with an installation at Moscow Design Week. Brad’s eponymous award-winning studio was founded in 2006 and his work has been featured in top publications including Wallpaper, The New York Times, Architectural Digest, Intramuros, Whitewall, Esquire, Surface, Dwell, Interior Design, Objekt, Interni, Ottagono, Elle Décor, Metropolis, and many...others. Ascalon earned a Masters’ degree for Industrial Design from New York’s Pratt Institute in 2005, that same year being recognized by Wallpaper Magazine as one of the “10 Most Wanted” emerging designers in the world. Ascalon attributes his passion for design to his grandfather (a noted sculptor and industrial designer) and his father (renowned for large scale art installations in public spaces throughout North America) who instilled in him the value of craftsmanship, materiality and rigor. Ascalon lives and works in New York, NY. 

BroomeJenkins

BroomeJenkins

Broome Jenkins are product designers that bring together considerable industrial experience with an interest in how people use different environments, and how to make different spaces function. They were formed in 2003, and based in West Sussex UK.



Their clients range from Manufacturers to City Councils. They are focused on developing products that are useful, responsible and valued. They believe that genuinely good design survives because it addresses essential needs, efficiently and responsibly.



Although their design experience is drawn from many different sectors, they specialise in designing for the workplace. This can mean research led strategies, spacial concepts, furniture and work-tools that address the changing needs of the workplace and workforce. Having worked on many furniture systems over the years with leading furniture manufacturers, they know that complex assemblies and large component inventories are of little value to the user and are no longer economically or environmentally justifiable. So increasingly they are driven by the design responsibility to be efficient and sustainable in the things we design and how they impact the user and the world in general.

Busk+Hertzog

Busk+Hertzog

Flemming Busk and Stephan Hertzog established their successful studio in Denmark in 2000. Today, their recognition goes far beyond Scandinavian borders. 

Their studio has won more than 30 of the most prestigious international design awards, including Red Dot Awards, IF Awards, and Good Design Awards, making them the most award-winning Danish designers of their generation. Several of their designs are part of permanent exhibitions at design museums around the world. busk+hertzog’s design characteristics are sculptural, clean lines and a simple expression with minimal embellishment. Any decoration usually serves a function or is integral to the furniture. They often get their inspiration from shapes and lines...found in nature. Their products have been used in some of the world’s most prestigious building projects. The design duo is now based in London.

Casey Keasler

Casey Keasler

Casework is a women-owned team of visionaries who guide the human experience and create environments based on a unique path.

With residential and boutique commercial projects on the West Coast and beyond, we believe the power of design can spark positive change and create a future that promotes everyone's equity, resilience, and well-being. Simply put, good design makes life better. As the founder of Casework, Casey Keasler set out to build a business that not only establishes meaning in the interiors she and her team create but also become a foundation for growth and possibilities for those involved. Casey has worked in interior design for over fifteen years and each project, no matter the size, is considered with...passion and attention to detail. She isn't interested in filling a space with pretty things, she wants each project to tell a unique story. At the root, she believes, we are designers looking for meaning in the work we produce. We are listeners, managers, detectives, advisors, advocates, and visionaries. When not running a design studio, Casey can be found remodeling her own 1966 Ranchalow in NE Portland with her spunky rescue pitbull, Izzy, riding her motorcycle on backroads in Oregon or chipping away at her travel bucket list. Next up, Copenhagen!  

Cecilie Manz

Cecilie Manz

Cecilie Manz lives and works in Copenhagen. 

After graduation from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts - The School of Design in 1997 with additional studies at the University of Art and Design in Helsinki, Cecilie Manz founded her own studio in Copenhagen in 1998. Recipient of the Thorvald Bindesbøll Medal 2011, the Bruno Mathsson Prize 2009, Kunstpreis Berlin 2008, the Finn Juhl Architectural Prize 2007, The Furniture Prize 2007, The Crown Prince Couples Cultural Award 2014, the Three-Year Working Grant from the Danish Arts Foundation, and several other grants. Here, Cecilie Manz designs furniture, glass, lamps, and related products, mainly for the home. In...addition to her work with industrial products, her experimental prototypes and more sculptural one-offs make up an important part of her work and approach: “I view all my works as fragments of one big, ongoing story where the projects are often linked or related in terms of their idea, materials, and aesthetics, across time and function. Some objects remain experiments or sculpted ideas, others are made more concrete and turned into functional tools. "The task or project itself often holds the key to inspiration; ideas don’t come from waiting but from leg work, drafting, and trials. My work goes from the inside out, and a project has to possess a sound, strong, and relevant idea or functional justification before I address the actual physical design. My work has always revolved around simplicity, the process of working toward a pure, aesthetic, and narrative object.”

Chris Liljenberg Halstrøm

Chris Liljenberg Halstrøm

Continuously researching and investigating similar areas with different results to stay relevant.

Chris graduated from The Royal Danish Academy of Art, School of Design. She takes her starting point in a certain situation, rather than a certain product category. In this way, she can create something that people will be able to relate to and it becomes a great tool in the design process.

Christine Schwarzer

Christine Schwarzer

Color, patterns, and a simple and graphic expression. 

Christine Schwarzer’s goal for her design is “to make the world a little more beautiful, more fun, happier, and more playful.” This is embodied in the Flower table she designed for Hightower with its soft and natural form.



Schwarzer was born in Copenhagen and trained as a furniture and industrial designer in Copenhagen and Helsinki. Since graduating in 1999 she has been designing furniture and pro­ducts from her studio in Copenhagen.



Schwarzer has participated in several exhibitions in Denmark, Sweden, Italy, Germany, and the Netherlands.

Claesson Koivisto Rune

Claesson Koivisto Rune

Consistent, elegant, and progressive.

Claesson Koivisto Rune is perhaps the most internationally acclaimed Swedish architecture and design studio.

The team met studying interior architecture and founded their studio in 1995. Initially described as “minimalist,” the trio’s design philosophy is ever-evolving. Working consistently across the world of design in architecture, furniture design, and product design, they are constantly re-inspired, pushing their designs upwards and forwards towards something yet to be discovered.

estudi{H}ac

estudi{H}ac

Design for visionary customers looking for tailored elegance

estudi{H}ac was conceived as a design atelier, specializing in bespoke projects in product design, interior architecture and the creation of ephemeral montages. All of them tailored for each customer, creating unique, timeless spaces or products that surprise both for their initial visual impact and for the story behind them. In 2003, José Manuel Ferrero founded estudi{H}ac with the objective of bringing to life his many different creative ideas, and in just 16 years he has turned his design studio into a benchmark of national and international design.

Form Us With Love

Form Us With Love

Form Us With Love is an internationally acclaimed design studio operating from Stockholm.

Started in 2005 by the trio of Jonas Pettersson, John Löfgren and Petrus Palmér. Form Us With Love aims to challenge convention through design initiatives. They believe that we all have a right to meaningful design. At the studio’s core lies a process that blends traditional creative practices with a lean, strategic application. The central intention is to evolve with the needs of each project, its place in the market and the ever-changing needs of real people.

Gabriel Teixido

Gabriel Teixido

Born in Barcelona, Gabriel Teixido has innumerable design creations and important awards to his name, making him one of the most renowned Spanish designers in the industry.

Trained at the School of Applied Arts and Crafts in Barcelona and specialized in product design, he is characterized by his almost austere designs and distance from formal exhibitionism. His main desire is to make people happy with his designs. With his strong artistic background and keen eye, Gabriel creates unique and powerful solutions to problems previously poorly resolved.

GamFratesi

GamFratesi

Award-winning design duo, Stine Gam and Enrico Fratesi, combine their cultural backgrounds with a crafted Danish approach and the timelessness of Italian conceptualism to create a unique fusion of design expression.

Founded in 2006 and based in Copenhagen, GamFratesi illustrates their love of storytelling and exploration through pieces that are both functional and innovative. Their work has been recognized throughout the world garnering GamFratesi with multiple awards and international exhibitions. Our Suspence pendant is a beautiful example of this global studio’s work; softly diffused light encapsulated in a pristine pendant that appears to be pulled upwards by a string; an interpretation of movement translated into a physical shape. 

Hightower Studio Design Team

Hightower Studio Design Team

Hightower Studio Design Team
Hightower Studio Design Team

We put our name on it. Hightower’s own collection of designs are relevant for where you want to work today, even if that is not an office. These pieces are all about user comfort and absolute delight. 

Our in house team, as well as our collaborations with up and coming designers, focus on meeting the needs of overlapping work and personal time. Our seating, tables, private and group workstations, along with accessories have been A&D faves for years. We’re excited this US-manufactured collection is expanding, evolving, and becoming more sustainable. 

Jo Hammerborg

Jo Hammerborg

Johannes (Jo) Hammerborg grew up on the outskirts of Randers and studied at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts.

Hammerborg was a pronounced idea man and entrepreneur, who throughout his life was a driver of things he was passionate about. With a distinct design philosophy, great insight in illumination technique, and a profound understanding of form, function, and aesthetics, he created over 180 different lamp designs – several of which have received international awards.

Now for the first time in decades, it is finally possible to buy a newly manufactured Jo Hammerborg lamp.

Justin Champaign

Justin Champaign

Designer Justin Champaign, and his team pull from a deep interest in behavior, knowledge of new technology, and a passion for making things that reduce consumption and increase the enjoyment of day-to-day objects.

“Design should create transformative experiences that people remember,” notes founder Justin Champaign, who believes intelligent products should offer a deeper level of engagement and connection with the user, the object, and their environment. Fundamental to their process is the idea that the journey defines the destination. Through extensive research, sketching, and rapid prototyping, they test and validate every potential solution to ensure an incredible result. Their background in product...design, engineering, and branding has taught them that innovation comes from immersive experiences and vibrant collaborations.

Kaare Frandsen

Kaare Frandsen

Furniture has always been a passion for Kåre Frandsen. He is educated as a cabinetmaker and from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, which provides him with a unique understanding of the design and development process.

Kåre Frandsen continuoulsy aims to create products that, while maintaining an edge, are still simple and easily understood.

Katrin Olina And Michael Young

Katrin Olina And Michael Young

Katrin Olina has developed a personal, rich visual language that serves as a vivid interface between reality and the subconscious.

Born in Iceland, Katrin Olina studied In­dust­rial Design in Paris before working at the European design studios of Philippe Starck in Paris and Ross Lovegrove in Lon­don. Since then she has worked predominantly as a graphic artist and illustrator in industrial design, fashion, interiors, print, and animation. One of her major projects is Cristal Bar in Hong Kong, where her dream-like drawings cover every interior surface. Another is the elegant coat hanger Tree, which has become a classic for Hightower, created in collaboration with the British designer Michael...Young.

Kilo Design

Kilo Design

Idea Driven.

Headed and founded by award-winning designer, Lars Larsen, Kilo is an idea-driven, industrial design studio established in 2005, which holds a position among Scandinavia’s most influential design studios. At the cross-section between technology and culture, Kilo designs with a holistic approach and often explores the potential in crossbreeding content and solutions from different disciplines, resulting in new functional and aesthetic hybrids, with a self-evident, iconic character.

Michaël Bihain

Michaël Bihain

We will need some copy for this designer

Monica Förster

Monica Förster

Monica Förster grew up close to the Arctic Circle in northern Sweden. 

She trained at Beckmans School of Design and the University of Arts, Crafts, and Design. She has her own design studio and her clients are producers in England, Italy, Germany, Japan, and Sweden. Monica Förster is represented in the International Design Yearbook and some of her pieces are among the most internationally renowned in contemporary Swedish design. Inspired by northern Swedish Sami handicraft, Asian gourmet food, the elegance of high fashion, and even nature itself, Monica Förster’s designs come from feelings and contradictions – creating something new, powerful, useful, and poetic. Like her Breeze table, inspired by a soft summer breeze creating...small waves in a tablecloth for­ever conveying a memory of a lazy summer’s day. Her work is also characterized by the interplay of pure form, strong colors or lack thereof, and her curiosity for new materials and new technology.

MSDS Studio

MSDS Studio

MSDS Studio blends contemporary culture with enduring design principles and craftsmanship. Their multidisciplinary approach results in well-crafted interior, furniture, and lighting designs, emphasizing the stimulating connection between humans and architecture. With a commitment to hands-on involvement throughout every project’s development, MSDS collaborates with builders and fabricators to deliver innovative, high-quality designs, working with clients and manufacturers in Scandinavia, the U.S., and Canada.

Nadia Arratibel

Nadia Arratibel

As the leader of the Ondarreta design team, Nadia Arratibel is a young Basque architect with a passion for modern design.

Nadia received her Architectural degree from the University of Navarra, and also studied in London at the famous Architectural Foundation. Nadia and her sister, Nora, are the third generation to lead the family owned Ondarreta.



Ondarreta was founded by Nadia and Nora’s grandfather in San Sebastián, the center of the Basque region of Northern Spain.

Naoto Fukasawa

Naoto Fukasawa

The simpler things seem the more complex they must have been to design. 

Naoto Fukasawa’s innovative designs of familiar objects are based on his close observations of how we use things in our everyday lives. Rather than focusing on the objects in isolation, he considers how they relate to their surroundings. These reinventions of everyday objects have made him the most influential Japanese product designer, a true “designer’s designer,” admired by colleagues all over the world. Born in 1956 in Japan, Fukasawa graduated in Product Design at the Tama Art University. After working at IDEO in the USA for seven years, Fukasawa was then appointed director of IDEO...Japan. In 2003, he found­ed the Naoto Fukasawa Design Studio. Professor Fukasawa has won some 50 awards and is author of the important book, “An Outline of Design.”

Nick Ross

Nick Ross

Nick Ross
Nick Ross

"My design is somewhere in-between Scottish and Scandinavian"

Born in Inverness, Scotland, Nick Ross studied industrial design at Gray’s School of Arts in Aberdeen and was awarded the Arts & Heritage award upon graduation in 2008. Now based in Sweden, Ross completed a Master’s Degree in Interior Architecture and Furniture Design at Konstfack, Stockholm and began establishing a name for himself, opening his eponymous studio in 2014. Ross is often inspired to design with a focus on ancient history, where he finds the factors with which to interpret the relationship between the user and contemporary design. Using storytelling as a pretext and applying a confidently critical approach, Ross studies happenings that have determined...specific cultural balances. Every project comes from the desire to create ideal or real bridges between the present to that of the past. Shared Ross, “My work looks at the role of history and storytelling in how we perceive the world around us, by working with themes such as place, origin, and the role fiction plays in past and present societies.” Our award-winning Proto collection, designed by Nick Ross, beautifully reveals this sensitivity to materials that makes bold moves appear delicate.

Nørgaard Design

Nørgaard Design

Highly user-centric experiences with a sense of curiosity.

A designer rooted in craftsmanship and devoted to intrinsically functional pieces, Anders Nørgaard combines highly user-centric experiences with a sense of curiosity. As a celebrated Danish designer, Nørgaard grew up around a community of well known architects of the modern, Scandinavian movement, learning his craft spending summers at furniture makers’ workshops. A student of the Danish Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Nørgaard’s commitment to problem-solving furniture is achieved by focus on the entirety of the design process. We know our North American clients will love the thoughtful details included in Nørgaard’s FourReal® Flake meeting table systems, including an organic shape that seats more people more comfortably plus superellipse frames, giving users more leg...room. 

Ondarreta Design Team

Ondarreta Design Team

The Ondarreta team of designers are heirs of woodworkers in the world of contemporary design. Tradition and innovation are the two lenses through which they see life. Conceiving collections with great respect for what really matters: an artisanal tradition that has been alive and evolving for over forty years; a balance between beauty and function, between craft and technology; a lively, vibrant style. This is what they look forward to every morning so that they can always find new ways to bring joy to their clients with objects born from true passion.



Ondarreta enjoys bringing in and sharing new perspectives, big dreams and smart ideas that come with each new member of their growing family.

Osko+Deichmann

Osko+Deichmann

A design duo out of Berlin, Osko and Deichmann are passionate about creating products that make peoples' lives better. "We aim to make straightforward objects which still have an additional layer or telling a story."



The works of "osko+deichmann" have been shown at the Louvre Paris, Vitra Design Museum Weil am Rhein and Berlin, Cube Gallery Manchester, MoMA Berlin and the Guggenheim Museum Berlin.

Pascual Salvador

Pascual Salvador

This famous Catalan industrial designer studied at the Escola Massana in Barcelona, obtaining diplomas in Industrial Design and Interior Architecture.

Salvador is on the board of several prestigious design associations, including Adi-Fad, Beda, and ADP. He works with prominent furniture and lighting equipment companies and has been acknowledged with numerous awards for his designs.

Raw Edges

Raw Edges

Founded in 2007, Yael Mer and Shay Alkalay, develop inventive, emotionally aware products, furniture, interiors and installations.



Colours, patternmaking and movement form a large part of the DNA at Raw-Edges. The ideas of energy and provocative illusion are aimed at bringing out the kid in all of us who engage with it, an ongoing battle against boredom perhaps!



Their work has been acquired by international museums including MoMA in New-York, Vitra Design Museum, The Art Institute of Chicago and the studio has collaborated with brands such as Louis Vuitton, Vitra, Stella McCartney, Kvadrat and AirBnb.

Roger Persson

Roger Persson

Roger Persson defines his designs as a game with lines and curves, and anyone who sees his furniture gets what he means. By adding soft surfaces and forms to an otherwise modern and aesthetic expression, he creates a long-lasting design idiom.

Roger's furniture is both beautiful and functional – comfortable, practical, and has a special knack of fitting into all types of environments. His Happy chair has become a iconic piece for Hightower. Persson was born in 1967 in Sweden and trained as an industrial designer at HDK/University of Gothenburg. He also studied furniture design at the School of Visual Arts in New York. He then opened a design studio with two colleagues. Since 2009 he has run his own studio, Roger Persson Design,...designing furniture and other products from furniture and lighting to 3D-scanners to toys. His furniture has been exhibited all over Europe, Japan, and the USA.

Ross Gardam

Ross Gardam

Ross Gardam
Ross Gardam

A Melbourne studio that loves to "elicit joy and defy convention"

Ross Gardam® is a team of designers, engineers, and makers, who work collaboratively from ideation to realization, producing contemporary lighting, furniture, and objects.  Ross founded his eponymous studio in 2007, returning to Australia after years of working in Europe. The studio is located in Australia’s manufacturing heart, where the team draws inspiration from centuries-old craftsmanship in textiles, timber, brick, and metals. The studio’s methodology combines innovative technology with traditional artisanship, resulting in products imbued with subtle historical and ritualistic references. Gardam is deeply connected to the diversity of his Victoria homeland; a raw and beautiful landscape...of bushlands and coastlines. While getting his degree in Industrial Design, Ross was intrigued by the emotional relationship between people and objects. Today, the Ross Gardam Studio "unpacks those connections and explores them, informing functionality aspects and the overarching aesthetic of what we’re working to achieve." Gardam believes a closeness to the maker and an understanding of materials is central to the obsessive process of development that every Ross Gardam product receives. Adapt, from Hightower Studio x Ross Gardam is designed in Australia and manufactured in North Carolina, available exclusively through Hightower.

Snøhetta

Snøhetta

Snøhetta is a transdisciplinary, dialogue-driven practice including architecture, landscape architecture, interior architecture, art, product design, graphic and digital design, often integrating a combination of interests across our projects.



"Human interaction shapes the spaces and products we design and how we work. The design of our studio spaces reflects this same idea. Our offices are open and welcoming, facilitating both focused thinking and energized interaction."



From the beginning, Snohetta's approach has been framed by environmental and cultural sensitivity. Throughout the years, they continue to promote design as a positive force in the world.

Staffan Holm

Staffan Holm

For Holm, great design has never been as much about practical functions as emotional ones.

Award winning Staffan Holm is fascinated by the poetic quality of crafts as much as for the wonders of new technology – and believes both to be essential ingredients for the devel­opment of society. Born in 1977, Holm trained as a furniture carpenter and received his master's degree in design at HDK – Academy of Design and Crafts, University of Gothenburg.

Strand+Hvass

Strand+Hvass

Design in itself is a strategy that can improve the conditions of human life.

Husband-wife design team Christina Strand and Niels Hvass' work is based on innovative processes, a fundamental understanding of the market, and a close cooperation with their clients on strategy and development. To them, design in itself is a strategy that can improve the conditions of human life, the environment, and experiences. In addition, design can be used as a tool to develop the competitive power and economic growth of society. Their design is user-centered and deeply rooted in the Scandinavian culture. Simplicity and well-balanced lines are the cornerstones of their work and appeal to both a Scandinavian and an...international audience.

Studio Ocee

Studio Ocee

Functionality, combined with beautiful design, and a healthy dose of wonder, is what makes Studio Ocee smile from ear to ear. Therefore, this permeates all of their designs. All designs by Studio Ocee must be innovative, decorative and functional with a subtle element of surprise. That is their design philosophy called FDA. Function, Design and Aha.



“We talk about FDA perpetually because we are very adamant about it. It is the backbone of our approach to the way we do things and serves as a succinct summary of our vision, product strategy, and goals. It’s our design philosophy. That something special. The added value.”

Studio Yonoh

Studio Yonoh

Yonoh’s work is characterized by simple, yet functional designs.

Yonoh was inspired in 2004 when Clara del Portillo and Alex Selma met at an exhibition for young designers in Valencia Spain. Since their formal founding in 2006, Yonoh studio has won dozens of prestigious worldwide awards including Interior Design Magazine’s Best of the Year, the Red Dot IF design award, Good Design, and Wallpaper Design Awards. A collision of past, present and future is the essence of Studio Yonoh. The collaborations of Clara and Alex capture the vibrant colors of Valencia; held neatly within white walls and clean lines of their modern glass studio contrasted by the street’s paving stones, cascading window plants of neighboring, brightly colored apartments, and the...wrought iron balconies adorning their alleyway. Scandinavian minimalism is reflected in the studio’s influences with, as Clara puts it, a little “Mediterranean daring” mixed in. Yonoh’s work is characterized by simple, yet functional designs; simplicity, innovation and originality, without extravagance, sum up their design philosophy with each small detail minutely studied for each of their projects. Clara and Alex feel their opposing personalities make up a very interesting creative group with Alex being more of a risk-taking designer and Clara approaching projects from a more technical, meticulous perspective. Admittedly, their styles were not distinct upon meeting and they’ve continued to develop collaboratively through the years. Yonoh’s Lana seating for Ondarreta is available exclusively from Hightower to North American clients.

Webb Associates

Webb Associates

A consultancy from the UK with a passion for design tailored to client needs through a research and collaboration-driven approach. 



Founded in 1989, Roger Webb Associates has always had a longstanding commitment to creating innovative, economical solutions. By helping their clients adapt to an ever-changing world of working and living environments, they’ve cemented themselves as a staple for soft simplicity and unique design.

Yngve Ekström

Yngve Ekström

Ekström was a furniture designer, wood carver, sculptor and architect.

Ekström was born in 1913 in Småland, where Sweden's oldest furniture facto­ry was situated. His father died young and Ekström started working in the factory at the age of 13. His talent for carpentry and his all-round experience gave him a unique feeling for materials and construction.

With colleagues like Aalto, Mathsson, Jacobsen and Kjaerholm, Yngve Ekström was part of the post-war modern movement that made the concept “Scandina­vian Modern” world-famous. His furniture is represented in many permanent collections, including the Victoria & Albert Museum, London.