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Vladimir Kagan

(United States, 1927-2016)
20 000 - 25 000 SEK
1 820 - 2 270 EUR
1 900 - 2 380 USD
Hammer price
24 000 SEK
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Jonatan  Jahn
Jonatan Jahn
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Vladimir Kagan
(United States, 1927-2016)

a "Cloud" sofa/daybed, Weiman, USA, 1980s-90s.

Organic shape, fully upholstered, upholstered in grey/beige velvet, maker's mark Wieman. Height 62 cm, length 235 cm, depth 105 cm.

The upholstry with marks and stains.


Vladimir Kagan was an American furniture designer. Born in Germany, Kagan emigrated to the United States in 1938 where he graduated from New York's School of Industrial Art in 1946, where he was an architecture major and then went on to study architecture at Columbia University. After graduation he began to work alongside his father, a master cabinet maker, in his woodworking shop to learn the craft of furniture making. Opening his first shop in New York in 1948 and by 1950 moving to the fashionable 59th Street, Kagan’s clients included celebrities of the arts, music and theatre worlds as well as hot shots of the industry.He was inducted in the Interior Designer Hall of Fame in 2009.

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