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  • Mrs Deee

    Love the colors and pattern. Josef Frank, Swedish-Austrian designer, most commonly known for his textiles,but in fact was also an architect, furniture designer, glass ware, lighting, and metalwork- artist.

  • Francesca Burras

    Josef Franks fabric design

  • Susan Peloubet

    "founded by F.I.T. grad afshan durrani, lost city is a brooklyn-based textile design company that translates 17th-century Indian embroidery techniques into modern patterns. the floral motifs are especially josef frank-esque, and the quality impeccable – every piece is hand-embroidered by a team of skilled artisans on silk or cotton." text image via Designage

  • Ethical Marketing

    Josef Frank. One of my Swedish (actually Swedish-Austrian) favourites. Though he may be most commonly known for his textiles, Josef was in fact an also an architect, furniture designer, and glass ware-, lighting- and metalwork- artist. With Josefs philosophy that every human needs a certain degree of sentimentality to feel free, he created over 200 textile patterns between 1909 and 1950. Some of these are available at wonderful Stockholm based Svenskt Tenn.

  • christina blake

    textile design - josef frank, swedish designer/architect

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Josef Frank (1885-1967) was an Austrian-born architect, artist, and designer who adopted Swedish citizenship in the latter half of his life. Together with Oskar Strnad, he created the Vienna School of Architecture, and its concept of Modern houses, housing and interiors. . He was the most prestigious designer in the Stockholm design company Svenskt Tenn (Swedish Pewter) where he designed lively fabrics.