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ML 42 stool H 77 cm black stained beech | By Lassen

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Description:In 1942 Mogens Lassen designed the Stool ML42 as a piece for a furniture exhibition held at the Danish Museum of Decorative Art. He took inspiration from the stools used by the shoemakers of the past, [...] Read All


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Name

ML 42 stool H 77 cm black stained beech | By Lassen

Year of collection

Mogens Lassen 1942

THE DESIGNER

MOGENS LASSEN

Measures

H 77-80 x W 55,5 cm

Material

Black stained beech | Brass or steel

Cod.

41013, 41023

EAN

5711879000569, 5711879000682

In 1942 Mogens Lassen designed the Stool ML42 as a piece for a furniture exhibition held at the Danish Museum of Decorative Art. He took inspiration from the stools used by the shoemakers of the past, and transferred the light, elegant look to the creation of this sculptural three-legged stool. The Stool ML42 is still manufactured in Denmark to this day with a focus on quality and Danish craftsmanship, and is considered a collector’s item by international design connoisseurs.

MOGENS LASSEN

Architect Mogens Lassen (1901-1987) is among the greatest and most influential of Danish architects, a pioneer of Danish Functionalism, and is internationally renowned for his characteristic architecture. Mogens Lassen was inspired by the German design school Bauhaus, and its geometric shapes recur often in his iconic designs. While still only a child, Mogens Lassen knew that he would one day become an architect. He was born to it. He purchased books about architecture with his pocket money and surveying and sketching buildings was his hobby. 
Since he was dyslexic and funds were limited, Mogens Lassen entered the world of architecture through apprenticeship. However, he closely followed the academic sector and turned his skills to the projects awarded to his friends and colleagues Ole Wanscher, Arne Jacobsen and Hans Bretton-Meyer. Mogens Lassen was asked to join the renowned studio [...]
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