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  • Tray Notturno - 36x28 cm, Notturno, Rectangle, Josef Frank/Svenskt Tenn | Svenskt Tenn

Tray Notturno 36x28 cm, Notturno, Rectangle

32 USD (inkl. moms)

Svenskt Tenn's classic trays are available in a number of prints by Josef Frank and Estrid Ericson, including Notturno. The Notturno print was originally called “Moonlite” with its high pepperbushes and palm trees against the backdrop of a deep blue tropical night sky. The close-up drawings of peppercorns light up almost like large citrus fruits glowing in the moonlight. The design was created by Josef Frank during 1943-1945.

  • Notturno

    Print: Notturno

  • Shape: Rectangle

  • Size: 36x28 cm

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32 USD
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  • Product information

    Art nr: 107845

    Svenskt Tenn's classic trays are available in a number of prints by Josef Frank and Estrid Ericson, including Notturno. The Notturno print was originally called “Moonlite” with its high pepperbushes and palm trees against the backdrop of a deep blue tropical night sky. The close-up drawings of peppercorns light up almost like large citrus fruits glowing in the moonlight. The design was created by Josef Frank during 1943-1945.

    Art nr: 107845

    Design: Josef Frank/Svenskt Tenn
    Size: 36x28 cm

  • Designer: Josef Frank/Svenskt Tenn

    Svenskt Tenn developed this design using Josef Frank's print.

    Josef Frank grew up in Vienna in an assimilated Jewish family and studied architecture at Konstgewerbeschule. In the 1920s he designed housing estates and large residential blocks built around common courtyards in a Vienna with severe housing shortages. In 1925 he started the Haus & Garten interior firm together with architect colleagues Oskar Wlach and Walther Sobotka. Svenskt Tenn hired Josef Frank in 1934 and just a few years later he and Estrid Ericson made their international breakthrough. Although he was already 50 when he left the burgeoning Nazism in Vienna for Sweden, Frank is considered one of Sweden’s most important designers. Read More