Jens Risom's 1942 designs for Knoll were born out of wartime necessity but went on to become signature midcentury modern designs.
The small decorative black bird is considered one of the most famous Eames pieces, even though it wasn't designed by Eames at all.
A 400-year-old icon of Japanese design inspires generations of modern architects.
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Hans Wegner's name is synonymous with Danish design the world over, and his seemingly simple chair designs helped usher in an appreciation for Scandinavian modern design in the United States. Here...