Yngve Ekström. Lamino Сhair, 1956

Manufacturer: Swedese Mobler In 1999, the respected Swedish magazine Skona Herms called «Lamino» - the main object of Swedish design of the twentieth century.

Author

Yngve Ekström

Materials

Bentwood, sheep leather, suede

Dimensions

Chair: 99 x 69 x 75 cm Ottoman: 48 x 60 x 44 cm
About author

Yngve Ekström

1913 — 1988

The Swedish designer, wood carver, sculptor and architects, Yngve Ekström founded Swedese furniture factory and designed pieces for it for 40 years. He was born in Småland  – a town in the south of Sweden, where the country’s largest furniture factory was located. Alongside Alvar Aalto, Bruno Mathsson, Arne Jacobsen and Poul Kjaerholm, Yngve Ekström was a pioneer of Scandinavian modernism.