Scandinavian flair in Berlin: The stylish house of two nordic designers -Mirkku Kulberg, CEO of Artek, and her husband Ola Kolehmainen, architectural photographer- in Charlottenburg. The six-room apartment, with its high ceilings, wooden floors and countless windows features classics by the Finnish and scandinavian designers, vintage and contemporary pieces.
MIES VAN DER ROHE, Farnsworth House, Plano, IL, USA 1945-1951. Furnishing consist mainly of design classics by Mies, such as the Brno chair (1929), Tugendhat chair (1929-1931) and Barcelona stools (1929). / Instagram
Collection of Nordic Modern: Floor lamp model 9609 by Paavo Tynell for Taito Oy (Finland, late 1940s), stoneware floor vases by Gunnar Nylund for Rörstrand (Sweden, c.1950s), Josef Frank armchair model no.508 by Firma Svenskt Tenn (Sweden, 1932) and a stool attributed to Philip Arctander (Denmark, c.1930s). / Instagram
ALVAR AALTO, Tea Trolley model No.900, Finland, 1937. Material birch, laminated birch, rattan and glazed tile. Image by Scandinavian Collectors 2017, from the exhibition Alvar Aalto - Art and The Modern Form, Ateneum, Helsinki, Finland.
FINN JUHL, Chair model NV 55 (also known as FJ 55) armchair designed in 1955. Manufactured by cabinetmaker Niels Vodder, Denmark. Original watercolor sketch by Juhl, from the book Finn Juhl Watercolors, 2015. / Etsy