Modern[ism]

How Finnish design helped break the mould
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Gunta Stölzl, Tapestry (1923)

1 / 12 Gunta Stölzl, Tapestry (1923)

Pap Guyla, Tecnolumen Lamp (1923)

2 / 12 Pap Guyla, Tecnolumen Lamp (1923)

Marcel Breuer, Wassily (B3) Chair (1926)

3 / 12 Marcel Breuer, Wassily (B3) Chair (1926)

Mies van der Rohe, Chair (1927)

4 / 12 Mies van der Rohe, Chair (1927)

Wilhelm Wagenfeld for Schott & Gen / Jenaer Glaswerk, Tea Service (1930-34)

5 / 12 Wilhelm Wagenfeld for Schott & Gen / Jenaer Glaswerk, Tea Service (1930-34)

Alvar Aalto, Chair Prototype (1931)

6 / 12 Alvar Aalto, Chair Prototype (1931)

Impi Sotavalta, Ryijy-Rug Nuijamiehet (1932)

7 / 12 Impi Sotavalta, Ryijy-Rug Nuijamiehet (1932)

Sigvard Bernadotte , Cocktail-Shaker (1935)

8 / 12 Sigvard Bernadotte , Cocktail-Shaker (1935)

Alvar Aalto, Vase Savoy (1936)

9 / 12 Alvar Aalto, Vase Savoy (1936)

Kurt Ekholm, Tableware Decoration (Blue and White) (1936-1954)

10 / 12 Kurt Ekholm, Tableware Decoration (Blue and White) (1936-1954)

AEG, Radio Telefunken 065 GWK (1939/40)

11 / 12 AEG, Radio Telefunken 065 GWK (1939/40)

Pietari Posti, Modern[ism] (2010)

12 / 12 Pietari Posti, Modern[ism] (2010)



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