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Hans Kempe & Lars-Erik Ljunglöf, stool "HI 8" for the HI-group in 1960.

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Hans Kempe & Lars-Erik Ljunglöf, stool "HI 8" for the HI-group in 1960.

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Extremely rare stool in solid Mahogany designed by Hans Kempe & Lars-Erik Ljunglöf and executed by cabinet maker David Sjölinder in 1960 for the HI-group. Inspired by Japanese Shinto Jinja shrines and Torii gates. Some sources say that only 5 copies were made of this stool.

The previous owner of this stool won it at a Swedish crafts lottery in the early 1960´s.

The HI-group was an association of craftspeople and interior designers who sought to bring back the Swedish furniture design with craftsmanship in focus during the first half of the 1960´s.

The production of furnitures and lighting in the HI-group was very limited.

Litterature: “ The HI-group and the return to craft”, Johan Örn author, Carlsson publisher, 2017.

L. 72 cm, H. 43,5 cm

Price on request

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