01 product description
Designed in 1952 as part of the furnishing for the Johann Wolfgang Goethe-University in Frankfurt am Main, the FK11 SENCKENBERG daybed is an extension of Ferdinand Kramer’s elegant and enduring upholstered furniture series from 1926 with the sofa FK09 WESTHAUSEN and armchair FK10 WEISSENHOF. The wedge-shaped, upholstered headrest can be folded up into a rectangular armrest and accounts for the versatile charm of this daybed. Superior wave springs ensure seating or lying comfort. Available with solid oak or walnut legs.
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04 TagsDesign History, e15 Articles, e15 Products, Exhibitions, fairs, Ferdinand Kramer Articles, Ferdinand Kramer Products, German Design, imm cologne 2013, Interview, system furniture
05 Articles about e15 and Ferdinand Kramer
Knock-Down, not craftsmanship
Frankfurt’s Museum of Applied Art presents Ferdinand Kramer – the designer, that is, not the architect. The show focuses on Kramer’s philosophy of creating adaptable, multi-purpose furniture.
I like the Original
Imm cologne attract creative minds from all over the world – this time they included Marc Bailly, interior architect straight from New York. He joined Robert Volhard, Stylepark MD, for a tour of the Cologne interiors fair to find out all about innovative design this side of the Great Pond.› To the article
Loud colors, pastel hues and any amount of highlights. New, unusual color designs for tables, chairs and sofas really stimulated the eye in Milan. Following fashion’s suit. The best example is Vitra with a new color concept for its classics. From occasional contrasts to complete color harmony – the trend is definitely for interiors to become more colorful. And a good thing, too.› To the article