Josef Frank, floor lamp, model "G 1842", Firma Svenskt Tenn, Stockholm, second half of the 20th century.
Brass frame, partially green lacquered, on a three-part base with spherical ends. For a light source. Marked Svenskt Tenn G1842. Height approximately 100-143 cm.
Wear. Marks. Not function tested. Screen with damages.
Josef Frank was born in Austria and studied architecture in Vienna. As an architect, he worked with private home areas, villas and apartment buildings. In 1925 he started his own interior design firm Haus und Garten together with two architect colleagues. In connection with the advance of the Nazis, he emigrated to Sweden and was employed in 1934 at Svenskt Tenn. After the outbreak of World War II, Josef Frank, who came from a Jewish family, was forced into exile in New York. At Svenskt Tenn, he made an impact on the product range for four decades; especially when it comes to furniture and fabric prints.Read more