Loading Spinner

Preben Fabricius Sold at Auction Prices

b. 1931 - d. 1984

See Artist Details

0 Lots

Sort By:

Categories

        Auction Date

        Seller

        Seller Location

        Price Range

        to
        • PREBEN FABRICIUS AND JORGEN KASTHOLM LOUNGE CHAIR. BLACK LEATHER ON CHROME FRAME.
          Jun. 12, 2024

          PREBEN FABRICIUS AND JORGEN KASTHOLM LOUNGE CHAIR. BLACK LEATHER ON CHROME FRAME.

          Est: $150 - $250

          Preben Fabricius and Jorgen Kastholm Lounge Chair. Black Leather on Chrome Frame. Dimensions: Height: 32 inches, Width: 31.5 inches, Depth: 26 inches. - Seat Height: 15 inches --- - - We offer curbside delivery to NYC, Manhattan, Close Brooklyn, Hoboken about a week after the auction at reasonable rates. Next Trip June 18. See details at our website. https://www.uniquesandantiques.com/nyc/

          Uniques & Antiques
        • PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 - 1984) for KNOLL. ‘Conversation Chairs’, model 710. Designed in 1972. Dark cromed steel frame, loose cushions with black leather upholstery. Armrests with leather details.
          May. 30, 2024

          PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 - 1984) for KNOLL. ‘Conversation Chairs’, model 710. Designed in 1972. Dark cromed steel frame, loose cushions with black leather upholstery. Armrests with leather details.

          Est: €2,000 - €2,200

          PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 - 1984) for KNOLL. ‘Conversation Chairs’, model 710. Designed in 1972. Dark cromed steel frame, loose cushions with black leather upholstery. Armrests with leather details. Underclothing with logo. Manufactured at Walter Knoll, with makers labels. Measurements: 78 x 72 x 78 cm. Seat height 42 cm. Minor marks from use. As a genuine classic, Fabricius tells the story of furniture. The "Conversation chair" combines Scandinavian design tradition and functional aesthetics with the charm of casual seating comfort. Precise metal processing, superior surface quality: the armrests and the supporting structure frame the sliding seat. The result is lightness and simplicity. Whether as a soloist or as an ensemble, it was made for lounges, foyers and living rooms. Preben Juul Fabricius was trained as a cabinetmaker with master carpenter Niels Vodder and also studied at the School of Interior Design under Finn Juhl in the mid-1950s. There he also met cabinetmaker Jørgen Kastholm, who later became his long-term partner. The two shared a common vision of furniture design, based on minimalism and quality and inspired by the creations of Charles Eames and Mies van der Rohe. Their quest was to achieve an ideal that, by its simplicity, would be timeless. In 1961 they set up a studio together in Gentofte, and four years later they presented their first designs at the Fredericia Furniture fair, where they attracted the attention of the German furniture manufacturer Alfred Kill. The latter offered them a lucrative contract that allowed them to work freely, so Kastholm and Fabricius moved to Stuttgart with their first designs to start production in Kill's factory. Shortly afterwards, they made the international breakthrough at the 1966 Cologne trade fair, where they showed a complete series of home and office furniture, developed from ten of their original designs. The two designers worked together between 1961 and 1968, a period of seven years in which they produced numerous designs that are now considered classics, such as the Tulip Chair FK 6725, the Grasshopper FK 87 and the Scimitar. During this period, their furniture also formed part of important international exhibitions, held in such prominent centres as the MOMA in New York (1967) and the Musée d'Art Moderne in Paris (1967). Today, designs by Kastholm and Fabricius can be seen at the MACBA in Barcelona, the MOMA in New York, the Musée d'Art Moderne in Paris, the Ringling Museum in Florida, the Art Museum of Brasilia, the Design Center in Stuttgart, the Haus Industriform in Essen, the Neue Sammlung in Munich, the Staatsgemäldesammlung Bayer in Munich, the Kunstindustrimuseum in Berlin, the Kunststofmuseum in Düsseldorf, the World Import Mart Museum and the History + Folkways Museum in Japan and the Museum für Angewandte Kunstgeschichte in Cologne.

          Setdart Auction House
        • PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 - 1984) for KNOLL. A pair of ‘Conversation Chairs’, model 710. Designed in 1972. Dark cromed steel frame, black leather upholstery. Manufactured at Walter Knoll, with makers labels.
          May. 30, 2024

          PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 - 1984) for KNOLL. A pair of ‘Conversation Chairs’, model 710. Designed in 1972. Dark cromed steel frame, black leather upholstery. Manufactured at Walter Knoll, with makers labels.

          Est: €4,000 - €4,500

          PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 - 1984) for KNOLL. A pair of ‘Conversation Chairs’, model 710. Designed in 1972. Dark cromed steel frame, loose cushions with black leather upholstery. Armrests with leather details. Underclothing with logo. Manufactured at Walter Knoll, with makers labels. Measurements: 78 x 72 x 78 cm. Seat height 42 cm. Minor marks from use. As a genuine classic, Fabricius tells the story of furniture. The "Conversation chair" combines Scandinavian design tradition and functional aesthetics with the charm of casual seating comfort. Precise metal processing, superior surface quality: the armrests and the supporting structure frame the sliding seat. The result is lightness and simplicity. Whether as a soloist or as an ensemble, it was made for lounges, foyers and living rooms. Preben Juul Fabricius was trained as a cabinetmaker with master carpenter Niels Vodder and also studied at the School of Interior Design under Finn Juhl in the mid-1950s. There he also met cabinetmaker Jørgen Kastholm, who later became his long-term partner. The two shared a common vision of furniture design, based on minimalism and quality and inspired by the creations of Charles Eames and Mies van der Rohe. Their quest was to achieve an ideal that, by its simplicity, would be timeless. In 1961 they set up a studio together in Gentofte, and four years later they presented their first designs at the Fredericia Furniture fair, where they attracted the attention of the German furniture manufacturer Alfred Kill. The latter offered them a lucrative contract that allowed them to work freely, so Kastholm and Fabricius moved to Stuttgart with their first designs to start production in Kill's factory. Shortly afterwards, they made the international breakthrough at the 1966 Cologne trade fair, where they showed a complete series of home and office furniture, developed from ten of their original designs. The two designers worked together between 1961 and 1968, a period of seven years in which they produced numerous designs that are now considered classics, such as the Tulip Chair FK 6725, the Grasshopper FK 87 and the Scimitar. During this period, their furniture also formed part of important international exhibitions, held in such prominent centres as the MOMA in New York (1967) and the Musée d'Art Moderne in Paris (1967). Today, designs by Kastholm and Fabricius can be seen at the MACBA in Barcelona, the MOMA in New York, the Musée d'Art Moderne in Paris, the Ringling Museum in Florida, the Art Museum of Brasilia, the Design Center in Stuttgart, the Haus Industriform in Essen, the Neue Sammlung in Munich, the Staatsgemäldesammlung Bayer in Munich, the Kunstindustrimuseum in Berlin, the Kunststofmuseum in Düsseldorf, the World Import Mart Museum and the History + Folkways Museum in Japan and the Museum für Angewandte Kunstgeschichte in Cologne.

          Setdart Auction House
        • PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 - 1984) for KNOLL. ‘Conversation Chairs’, model 710. Designed in 1972. Dark cromed steel frame, loose cushions with black leather upholstery. Manufactured at Walter Knoll, with makers labels.
          May. 30, 2024

          PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 - 1984) for KNOLL. ‘Conversation Chairs’, model 710. Designed in 1972. Dark cromed steel frame, loose cushions with black leather upholstery. Manufactured at Walter Knoll, with makers labels.

          Est: €2,000 - €2,200

          PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 - 1984) for KNOLL. ‘Conversation Chairs’, model 710. Designed in 1972. Dark cromed steel frame, loose cushions with black leather upholstery. Armrests with leather details. Underclothing with logo. Manufactured at Walter Knoll, with makers labels. Measurements: 78 x 72 x 78 cm. Seat height 42 cm. Minor marks from use. As a genuine classic, Fabricius tells the story of furniture. The "Conversation chair" combines Scandinavian design tradition and functional aesthetics with the charm of casual seating comfort. Precise metal processing, superior surface quality: the armrests and the supporting structure frame the sliding seat. The result is lightness and simplicity. Whether as a soloist or as an ensemble, it was made for lounges, foyers and living rooms. Preben Juul Fabricius was trained as a cabinetmaker with master carpenter Niels Vodder and also studied at the School of Interior Design under Finn Juhl in the mid-1950s. There he also met cabinetmaker Jørgen Kastholm, who later became his long-term partner. The two shared a common vision of furniture design, based on minimalism and quality and inspired by the creations of Charles Eames and Mies van der Rohe. Their quest was to achieve an ideal that, by its simplicity, would be timeless. In 1961 they set up a studio together in Gentofte, and four years later they presented their first designs at the Fredericia Furniture fair, where they attracted the attention of the German furniture manufacturer Alfred Kill. The latter offered them a lucrative contract that allowed them to work freely, so Kastholm and Fabricius moved to Stuttgart with their first designs to start production in Kill's factory. Shortly afterwards, they made the international breakthrough at the 1966 Cologne trade fair, where they showed a complete series of home and office furniture, developed from ten of their original designs. The two designers worked together between 1961 and 1968, a period of seven years in which they produced numerous designs that are now considered classics, such as the Tulip Chair FK 6725, the Grasshopper FK 87 and the Scimitar. During this period, their furniture also formed part of important international exhibitions, held in such prominent centres as the MOMA in New York (1967) and the Musée d'Art Moderne in Paris (1967). Today, designs by Kastholm and Fabricius can be seen at the MACBA in Barcelona, the MOMA in New York, the Musée d'Art Moderne in Paris, the Ringling Museum in Florida, the Art Museum of Brasilia, the Design Center in Stuttgart, the Haus Industriform in Essen, the Neue Sammlung in Munich, the Staatsgemäldesammlung Bayer in Munich, the Kunstindustrimuseum in Berlin, the Kunststofmuseum in Düsseldorf, the World Import Mart Museum and the History + Folkways Museum in Japan and the Museum für Angewandte Kunstgeschichte in Cologne.

          Setdart Auction House
        • JORGEN KASTHOLM (Denmark, 1931 - 2007) and PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 - 1984) for KILL INTERNATIONAL. Armchair with stool model FK-85.<
          May. 30, 2024

          JORGEN KASTHOLM (Denmark, 1931 - 2007) and PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 - 1984) for KILL INTERNATIONAL. Armchair with stool model FK-85.<

          Est: €3,800 - €4,000

          JORGEN KASTHOLM (Denmark, 1931 - 2007) and PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 - 1984) for KILL INTERNATIONAL. Armchair with stool model FK-85. Steel frame. Black leather upholstery. Produced by Kill International, with sticker. Normal marks of use due to age. Measurements: Armchair 94 x 75 x 85 cm. Seat height 38 cm. Stool 37 x 60 x 50 cm. The FK-85 was created by designers Preben Fabricius and Jørgen Kastholm. It consists of a lightweight structure in cast aluminum, with seat, backrest and armrests upholstered in leather. Its sober and elegant design, with simple lines, makes it a timeless product but at the same time captures all the spirit of the time. It is a piece of furniture that brings together design, quality materials and functionality in a single object. Danish architect and designer Jørgen Kastholm began his training as a blacksmith, but soon left to pursue furniture design. He attended the Copenhagen School of Interior Design, where he was taught by Finn Juhl. There he also met cabinetmaker Preben Fabricius, who would later become his partner. The two shared a common vision of furniture design, based on minimalism and quality and inspired by the creations of Charles Eames and Mies van der Rohe. Their quest was to achieve an ideal that, by its simplicity, would be timeless. In 1961 they set up a studio together in Gentofte, and four years later they presented their first designs at the Federicia furniture fair, where they attracted the attention of the German furniture manufacturer Alfred Kill. The latter offered them a lucrative contract that allowed them to work freely, so Kastholm and Fabricius moved to Stuttgart with their first designs to start production in Kill's factory. Shortly thereafter, they made the international breakthrough at the 1966 Cologne trade fair, where they exhibited a complete series of home and office furniture, developed from ten of their original designs. Their minimalist creations, at once attractive and comfortable, were generally steel and leather furniture. The two creators worked together between 1961 and 1968, a seven-year period in which they produced numerous designs now considered classics, such as the Tulip Chair FK 6725, the Grasshopper FK 87 and the Scimitar. Also during this period, their furniture was part of important international exhibitions, held in such prominent centers as the MOMA in New York (1967) or the Musée d'Art Moderne in Paris (1967). Today, designs by Kastholm and Fabricius can be seen at the MACBA in Barcelona, the MOMA in New York, the Musée d'Art Moderne in Paris, the Ringling Museum in Florida, the Art Museum of Brasilia, the Design Center in Stuttgart, the Haus Industriform in Essen, the Neue Sammlung in Munich, the Staatsgemäldesammlung Bayer in Munich, the Kunstindustrimuseum in Berlin, the Kunststofmuseum in Düsseldorf, the World Import Mart Museum and the History + Folkwa.

          Setdart Auction House
        • Preben Fabricius & Jorgen Kastholm
          May. 27, 2024

          Preben Fabricius & Jorgen Kastholm

          Est: €800 - €1,600

          Preben Fabricius & Jorgen Kastholm, A swivel armchair with aluminum base and brown leather upholstery, model FK86, Kill International version, 1960s. With sticker on the bottom.

          Vendu Rotterdam
        • Preben Fabricius and Jorgen Kastholm (1931-1984 | 1931-2007) Set of Six Stacking Chairs, model FK90, c. 1965 Kill International, Germany
          May. 21, 2024

          Preben Fabricius and Jorgen Kastholm (1931-1984 | 1931-2007) Set of Six Stacking Chairs, model FK90, c. 1965 Kill International, Germany

          Est: $1,000 - $2,000

          Preben Fabricius and Jorgen Kastholm (1931-1984 | 1931-2007) Set of Six Stacking Chairs, model FK90, c. 1965 Kill International, Germany upholstery, chrome plated-steel 30 h x 21 1/2 w x 17 d in

          Hindman
        • Preben Fabricius (1931-1984) and Jorgen Kastholm
          May. 04, 2024

          Preben Fabricius (1931-1984) and Jorgen Kastholm

          Est: $1,000 - $1,500

          (1931-2007) three model Fk84 armchairs, Denmark. Designed 1965. Labeled on bottom. Aluminum, matte chrome plated steel, and black leather. 32" high, 28" wide, 20" deep, 16 1/2" seat height. Minor wear and scratches to upholstery. Age-appropriate wear.

          Marion Antique Auctions
        • Kastholm, Jörgen u. Fabricius, Preben
          Apr. 19, 2024

          Kastholm, Jörgen u. Fabricius, Preben

          Est: €200 -

          Schalensessel FK 6725, 1960. Hersteller Knoll. Chromstahlgestell und dunkelbrauner Lederbezug. Dreistrahliger Fuß, drehbar. (Leichte Alterssp.). H. 103 cm. B. 77 cm. T. 67 cm.

          Peege Auktionshaus
        • JORGEN KASTHOLM (Denmark, 1931 – 2007) and PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 – 1984) for LANGE PRODUCTION. “Grasshopper” chaise longue, Model FK-87, design from 1967.
          Apr. 17, 2024

          JORGEN KASTHOLM (Denmark, 1931 – 2007) and PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 – 1984) for LANGE PRODUCTION. “Grasshopper” chaise longue, Model FK-87, design from 1967.

          Est: €7,000 - €8,000

          JORGEN KASTHOLM (Denmark, 1931 - 2007) and PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 - 1984) for LANGE PRODUCTION. Chaise longue "Grasshopper", Model FK-87, design 1967. Chrome-plated steel, canvas fabric, loose cushions and neck cushion upholstered in black aniline leather. Armrests lined with harness leather cords. Lange Production Editor. Brand new, Delivered in original packaging. With photos of the model. Measurements: 81 x 150 cm. This design was created by the designers Preben Fabricius and Jørgen Kastholm, composed of a light chromed steel structure, whose shape resembles a grasshopper, and a stretched fabric that serves as a support for the cushion that is loose on it, as well as a dyed leather headrest. Its sober, light and elegant design, with simple lines, results in a timeless product that at the same time captures the genuine spirit of the period. It is a piece of furniture that brings together design, quality materials and functionality in a single object. Danish architect and designer Jørgen Kastholm began his training as a blacksmith, but soon left it to devote himself to furniture design. He attended the Copenhagen School of Interior Design, where he was taught by Finn Juhl. There he also met the cabinetmaker Preben Fabricius, who later became his partner. The two shared a common vision of furniture design, based on minimalism and quality and inspired by the creations of Charles Eames and Mies van der Rohe. Their quest was to achieve an ideal that, by its simplicity, would be timeless. In 1961 they set up a studio together in Gentofte, and four years later they presented their first designs at the Federicia furniture fair, where they attracted the attention of the German furniture manufacturer Alfred Kill. The latter offered them a lucrative contract that allowed them to work freely, so Kastholm and Fabricius moved to Stuttgart with their first designs to start production in Kill's factory. Shortly afterwards, they made the international breakthrough at the 1966 Cologne trade fair, where they showed a complete series of home and office furniture, developed from ten of their original designs. Their minimalist creations, at once attractive and comfortable, were generally steel and leather furniture. The two designers worked together between 1961 and 1968, a period of seven years in which they produced many designs that are now considered classics, such as the Tulip Chair FK 6725, the Grasshopper FK 87 and the Scimitar. During this period, their furniture also formed part of important international exhibitions, held in such prominent centres as the MOMA in New York (1967) and the Musée d'Art Moderne in Paris (1967). Today, designs by Kastholm and Fabricius can be seen at the MACBA in Barcelona, the MOMA in New York, the Musée d'Art Moderne in Paris, the Ringling Museum in Florida, the Art Museum of Brasilia, the Design Center in Stuttgart, the Haus Industriform in Essen, the Neue Sammlung in Munich, the Staatsgemäldesammlung Bayer in Munich, the Kunstindustrimuseum in Berlin, the Kunststofmuseum in Düsseldorf, the World Import Mart Museum and the History + Folkways Museum in Japan and the Museum für Angewandte Kunstgeschichte in Cologne.

          Setdart Auction House
        • JORGEN KASTHOLM (Denmark, 1931 - 2007) and PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 - 1984) for KILL INTERNATIONAL. Armchair with stool model FK-85. Steel frame.
          Apr. 17, 2024

          JORGEN KASTHOLM (Denmark, 1931 - 2007) and PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 - 1984) for KILL INTERNATIONAL. Armchair with stool model FK-85. Steel frame.

          Est: €3,800 - €4,000

          JORGEN KASTHOLM (Denmark, 1931 - 2007) and PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 - 1984) for KILL INTERNATIONAL. Armchair with stool model FK-85. Steel frame. Black leather upholstery. Produced by Kill International, with sticker. Normal marks of use due to age. Measurements: Armchair 94 x 75 x 85 cm. Seat height 38 cm. Stool 37 x 60 x 50 cm. The FK-85 was created by designers Preben Fabricius and Jørgen Kastholm. It consists of a lightweight structure in cast aluminum, with seat, backrest and armrests upholstered in leather. Its sober and elegant design, with simple lines, makes it a timeless product but at the same time captures all the spirit of the time. It is a piece of furniture that brings together design, quality materials and functionality in a single object. Danish architect and designer Jørgen Kastholm began his training as a blacksmith, but soon left to pursue furniture design. He attended the Copenhagen School of Interior Design, where he was taught by Finn Juhl. There he also met cabinetmaker Preben Fabricius, who would later become his partner. The two shared a common vision of furniture design, based on minimalism and quality and inspired by the creations of Charles Eames and Mies van der Rohe. Their quest was to achieve an ideal that, by its simplicity, would be timeless. In 1961 they set up a studio together in Gentofte, and four years later they presented their first designs at the Federicia furniture fair, where they attracted the attention of the German furniture manufacturer Alfred Kill. The latter offered them a lucrative contract that allowed them to work freely, so Kastholm and Fabricius moved to Stuttgart with their first designs to start production in Kill's factory. Shortly thereafter, they made the international breakthrough at the 1966 Cologne trade fair, where they exhibited a complete series of home and office furniture, developed from ten of their original designs. Their minimalist creations, at once attractive and comfortable, were generally steel and leather furniture. The two creators worked together between 1961 and 1968, a seven-year period in which they produced numerous designs now considered classics, such as the Tulip Chair FK 6725, the Grasshopper FK 87 and the Scimitar. Also during this period, their furniture was part of important international exhibitions, held in such prominent centers as the MOMA in New York (1967) or the Musée d'Art Moderne in Paris (1967). Today, designs by Kastholm and Fabricius can be seen at the MACBA in Barcelona, the MOMA in New York, the Musée d'Art Moderne in Paris, the Ringling Museum in Florida, the Art Museum of Brasilia, the Design Center in Stuttgart, the Haus Industriform in Essen, the Neue Sammlung in Munich, the Staatsgemäldesammlung Bayer in Munich, the Kunstindustrimuseum in Berlin, the Kunststofmuseum in Düsseldorf, the World Import Mart Museum and the History + Folkwa.

          Setdart Auction House
        • JORGEN KASTHOLM (Denmark, 1931 - 2007) and PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 - 1984) for LANGE PRODUCTION. Chaise longue "Grasshopper", Model FK-87, design 1967.
          Apr. 17, 2024

          JORGEN KASTHOLM (Denmark, 1931 - 2007) and PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 - 1984) for LANGE PRODUCTION. Chaise longue "Grasshopper", Model FK-87, design 1967.

          Est: €7,000 - €8,000

          JORGEN KASTHOLM (Denmark, 1931 - 2007) and PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 - 1984) for LANGE PRODUCTION. Chaise longue "Grasshopper", Model FK-87, design 1967. Chrome-plated steel, canvas fabric, loose cushions and neck cushion upholstered in cognac aniline leather. Laced armrests in harness leather. Lange Production Editor. Brand new, Delivered in original packaging. With photos of the model. Measurements: 81 x 150 cm. This design was created by designers Preben Fabricius and Jørgen Kastholm, consisting of a lightweight chromed steel structure, whose shape resembles a grasshopper, and a stretched fabric that serves as a support for the cushion that is loose on it, plus a cognac-colored leather headrest. Its sober, light and elegant design, with simple lines, results in a timeless product that at the same time captures the genuine spirit of the era. It is a piece of furniture that brings together design, quality materials and functionality in a single object. Danish architect and designer Jørgen Kastholm began his training as a blacksmith, but soon left to pursue furniture design. He attended the Copenhagen School of Interior Design, where he was taught by Finn Juhl. There he also met cabinetmaker Preben Fabricius, who would later become his partner. The two shared a common vision of furniture design, based on minimalism and quality and inspired by the creations of Charles Eames and Mies van der Rohe. Their quest was to achieve an ideal that, by its simplicity, would be timeless. In 1961 they set up a studio together in Gentofte, and four years later they presented their first designs at the Federicia furniture fair, where they attracted the attention of the German furniture manufacturer Alfred Kill. The latter offered them a lucrative contract that allowed them to work freely, so Kastholm and Fabricius moved to Stuttgart with their first designs to start production in Kill's factory. Shortly thereafter, they made the international breakthrough at the 1966 Cologne trade fair, where they exhibited a complete series of home and office furniture, developed from ten of their original designs. Their minimalist creations, at once attractive and comfortable, were generally steel and leather furniture. The two creators worked together between 1961 and 1968, a seven-year period in which they produced numerous designs now considered classics, such as the Tulip Chair FK 6725, the Grasshopper FK 87 or the Scimitar. Also during this period, their furniture was part of important international exhibitions, held in such prominent centers as the MOMA in New York (1967) or the Musée d'Art Moderne in Paris (1967). Today, designs by Kastholm and Fabricius can be seen at the MACBA in Barcelona, the MOMA in New York, the Musée d'Art Moderne in Paris, the Ringling Museum in Florida, the Art Museum of Brasilia, the Design Center in Stuttgart, the Haus Industriform in Essen, the Neue Sammlung in Munich, the Staatsgemäldesammlung Bayer in Munich, the Kunstindustrimuseum in Berlin, the Kunststofmuseum in Düsseldorf, the World Import Mart Museum and the History + Folkways Museum in Japan and the Museum für Angewandte Kunstgeschichte in Cologne.

          Setdart Auction House
        • Preben FABRICIUS (1931-1984) & Jorgen KASTHOLM (1931-2007) Table basse "BO 750"
          Mar. 27, 2024

          Preben FABRICIUS (1931-1984) & Jorgen KASTHOLM (1931-2007) Table basse "BO 750"

          Est: €4,000 - €5,000

          Preben FABRICIUS (1931-1984) & Jorgen KASTHOLM (1931-2007) Table basse "BO 750" Wengé, ardoise et acier Edition BO-EX Date de création : 1968 Localisation : Paris

          Francois EPIN Auction
        • Preben, Fabricius und Jörgen Kastholm.
          Mar. 23, 2024

          Preben, Fabricius und Jörgen Kastholm.

          Est: €400 - €480

          Sessel "Tulip". Drehbare Sitzschale mit rotem Lederbezug (Kratzer, l. Abnutzungen auf den Armlehnen), auf Aluminium-Dreibeingestell mit schwarzen Kunststoffgleitern. Alters- und Gebrauchsspuren. Ohne Hersteller, wohl für Kill International. H. 106, Sitz-H. 45, B. 73x T. 52 cm. Aktueller Neupreis ca. € 4.900,-.

          Dannenberg
        • Preben, Fabricius und Jörgen Kastholm.
          Mar. 23, 2024

          Preben, Fabricius und Jörgen Kastholm.

          Est: €400 - €480

          Sessel "Tulip". Drehbare Sitzschale mit rotem Lederbezug (Kratzer, l. Abnutzungen auf den Armlehnen), auf Aluminium-Dreibeingestell mit schwarzen Kunststoffgleitern. Alters- und Gebrauchsspuren. Ohne Hersteller, wohl für Kill International. H. 106, Sitz-H. 45, B. 73x T. 52 cm. Aktueller Neupreis ca. € 4.900,-.

          Dannenberg
        • Preben Fabricius and Jorgen Kastholm, Tall Back Bird chairs, pair
          Mar. 20, 2024

          Preben Fabricius and Jorgen Kastholm, Tall Back Bird chairs, pair

          Est: $2,000 - $3,000

          Preben Fabricius and Jorgen Kastholm Tall Back Bird chairs, pair Alfred Kill International Denmark, c. 1975 leather, chrome-plated steel 40 h x 29.5 w x 23 d in (102 x 75 x 58 cm) Literature: Beauty & Mischief: The Design Alchemy of Blackman Cruz, Blackman, Cruz and Stukin, pg. 37 illustrates these examples This work will ship from Los Angeles, California.

          Wright
        • Preben Fabricius (1931-1984) & Jørgen Kastholm (1931-2007) for Ivan Schlechter: Vintage skammel model no. 4391. Ca 1965
          Mar. 14, 2024

          Preben Fabricius (1931-1984) & Jørgen Kastholm (1931-2007) for Ivan Schlechter: Vintage skammel model no. 4391. Ca 1965

          Est: - kr14,000

          Pude betrukket med sort patineret skind, (noget krakeleret) Ed. Ivan Schlechter, Denmark. Stempel herfra i stellet. 40 x 64.3 x 49.2 cm. Formgivet omkring 1962. Proveniens: Privatsamling, har ikke tidligere været udbudt til salg.

          Auktionshuset.com
        • Preben FABRICIUS & Jørgen KASTHOLM (1931-1984 & 1931-2007) Suite de huit chaises - modèle créé circa 1960
          Mar. 13, 2024

          Preben FABRICIUS & Jørgen KASTHOLM (1931-1984 & 1931-2007) Suite de huit chaises - modèle créé circa 1960

          Est: €1,000 - €2,000

          Preben FABRICIUS & Jørgen KASTHOLM (1931-1984 & 1931-2007) Suite de huit chaises - modèle créé circa 1960 Piètement en acier chromé, assise et dossier recouverts de cuir cognac Édition Kill International 76 × 52 × 46 cm Estimation 1 000 - 2 000 €

          Artcurial
        • JORGEN KASTHOLM (Denmark, 1931 - 2007) and PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 - 1984) for KILL INTERNATIONAL. Armchair with stool model FK-85. Steel frame. Black leather upholstery.
          Mar. 07, 2024

          JORGEN KASTHOLM (Denmark, 1931 - 2007) and PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 - 1984) for KILL INTERNATIONAL. Armchair with stool model FK-85. Steel frame. Black leather upholstery.

          Est: €3,800 - €4,000

          JORGEN KASTHOLM (Denmark, 1931 - 2007) and PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 - 1984) for KILL INTERNATIONAL. Armchair with stool model FK-85. Steel frame. Black leather upholstery. Produced by Kill International, with sticker. Normal marks of use due to age. Measurements: Armchair 94 x 75 x 85 cm. Seat height 38 cm. Stool 37 x 60 x 50 cm. The FK-85 was created by designers Preben Fabricius and Jørgen Kastholm. It consists of a lightweight structure in cast aluminum, with seat, backrest and armrests upholstered in leather. Its sober and elegant design, with simple lines, makes it a timeless product but at the same time captures all the spirit of the time. It is a piece of furniture that brings together design, quality materials and functionality in a single object. Danish architect and designer Jørgen Kastholm began his training as a blacksmith, but soon left to pursue furniture design. He attended the Copenhagen School of Interior Design, where he was taught by Finn Juhl. There he also met cabinetmaker Preben Fabricius, who would later become his partner. The two shared a common vision of furniture design, based on minimalism and quality and inspired by the creations of Charles Eames and Mies van der Rohe. Their quest was to achieve an ideal that, by its simplicity, would be timeless. In 1961 they set up a studio together in Gentofte, and four years later they presented their first designs at the Federicia furniture fair, where they attracted the attention of the German furniture manufacturer Alfred Kill. The latter offered them a lucrative contract that allowed them to work freely, so Kastholm and Fabricius moved to Stuttgart with their first designs to start production in Kill's factory. Shortly thereafter, they made the international breakthrough at the 1966 Cologne trade fair, where they exhibited a complete series of home and office furniture, developed from ten of their original designs. Their minimalist creations, at once attractive and comfortable, were generally steel and leather furniture. The two creators worked together between 1961 and 1968, a seven-year period in which they produced numerous designs now considered classics, such as the Tulip Chair FK 6725, the Grasshopper FK 87 and the Scimitar. Also during this period, their furniture was part of important international exhibitions, held in such prominent centers as the MOMA in New York (1967) or the Musée d'Art Moderne in Paris (1967). Today, designs by Kastholm and Fabricius can be seen at the MACBA in Barcelona, the MOMA in New York, the Musée d'Art Moderne in Paris, the Ringling Museum in Florida, the Art Museum of Brasilia, the Design Center in Stuttgart, the Haus Industriform in Essen, the Neue Sammlung in Munich, the Staatsgemäldesammlung Bayer in Munich, the Kunstindustrimuseum in Berlin, the Kunststofmuseum in Düsseldorf, the World Import Mart Museum and the History + Folkwa.

          Setdart Auction House
        • PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 – 1984) and PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 – 1984) for LANGE PRODUCTION Armchair model FK 6720, design from 1968.
          Mar. 07, 2024

          PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 – 1984) and PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 – 1984) for LANGE PRODUCTION Armchair model FK 6720, design from 1968.

          Est: €4,500 - €5,000

          PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 – 1984) and PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 – 1984) for LANGE PRODUCTION Armchair model FK 6720, design from 1968. Chromed steel structure. Armrests upholstered in vegetable leather, seat cushion and backrest upholstered in black leather. Brand new, in original packaging. Measurements: 80/45 cm (height) x 73 cm. The Model FK 6720 combines the tradition of Scandinavian design and functional aesthetics with the charm of casual seating comfort. Precise in the metal treatment, superior quality in the surfaces: the armrest and the support structure frame the sliding seat. The result is lightness and simplicity. The Danish architect and designer Jørgen Kastholm began training him as a blacksmith, but soon left to dedicate himself to furniture design. He attended the Copenhagen School of Interior Design, where he had Finn Juhl as a teacher. There he also met the cabinetmaker Preben Fabricius, who later became his partner. Both shared a common vision about furniture design, based on minimalism and quality and inspired by the creations of Charles Eames and Mies van der Rohe. His search was to achieve an ideal that, simply, was timeless. In 1961 they created a studio together in Gentofte, and four years later they presented their first designs at the Federicia furniture fair, where they caught the attention of the German furniture manufacturer Alfred Kill. He offered them a succulent contract that allowed them to work with complete freedom, so Kastholm and Fabricius settled in Stuttgart with their first designs to start production in the Kill factory. Shortly after, they made the international leap thanks to the 1966 Cologne fair, where they showed a complete series of domestic and office furniture, developed from ten of their original designs. Both creators worked together between 1961 and 1968, a period of seven years in which they produced numerous designs now considered classics, such as the Tulip Chair FK 6725, the Grasshopper FK 87 or the Scimitar. Also in this period his furniture was part of important international exhibitions, held in such prominent centers as the MOMA in New York (1967) or the Musée d'Art Moderne in Paris (1967). Currently, designs by Kastholm and Fabricius can be seen at the MACBA in Barcelona, the MOMA in New York, the Musée d'Art Moderne in Paris, the Ringling Museum in Florida, the Museum of Art in Brasilia, the Design Center in Stuttgart, the Haus Industriform in Essen, the Neue Sammlung in Munich, the Staatsgemäldesammlung Bayer in the same city, the Kunstindustrimuseum in Berlin, the Kunststofmuseum in Düsseldorf, the World Import Mart Museum and the History + Folkways Museum in Japan and the Museum für Angewandte Kunstgeschichte in Cologne .

          Setdart Auction House
        • PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 – 1984) and PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 – 1984) for LANGE PRODUCTION Armchair model FK 6720, design from 1968.
          Mar. 07, 2024

          PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 – 1984) and PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 – 1984) for LANGE PRODUCTION Armchair model FK 6720, design from 1968.

          Est: €4,500 - €5,000

          PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 – 1984) and PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 – 1984) for LANGE PRODUCTION Armchair model FK 6720, design from 1968. Chromed steel structure. Armrests upholstered in vegetable leather, seat cushion and backrest upholstered in black leather. Brand new, in original packaging. Measurements: 80/45 cm (height) x 73 cm. The Model FK 6720 combines the tradition of Scandinavian design and functional aesthetics with the charm of casual seating comfort. Precise in the metal treatment, superior quality in the surfaces: the armrest and the support structure frame the sliding seat. The result is lightness and simplicity. The Danish architect and designer Jørgen Kastholm began training him as a blacksmith, but soon left to dedicate himself to furniture design. He attended the Copenhagen School of Interior Design, where he had Finn Juhl as a teacher. There he also met the cabinetmaker Preben Fabricius, who later became his partner. Both shared a common vision about furniture design, based on minimalism and quality and inspired by the creations of Charles Eames and Mies van der Rohe. His search was to achieve an ideal that, simply, was timeless. In 1961 they created a studio together in Gentofte, and four years later they presented their first designs at the Federicia furniture fair, where they caught the attention of the German furniture manufacturer Alfred Kill. He offered them a succulent contract that allowed them to work with complete freedom, so Kastholm and Fabricius settled in Stuttgart with their first designs to start production in the Kill factory. Shortly after, they made the international leap thanks to the 1966 Cologne fair, where they showed a complete series of domestic and office furniture, developed from ten of their original designs. Both creators worked together between 1961 and 1968, a period of seven years in which they produced numerous designs now considered classics, such as the Tulip Chair FK 6725, the Grasshopper FK 87 or the Scimitar. Also in this period his furniture was part of important international exhibitions, held in such prominent centers as the MOMA in New York (1967) or the Musée d'Art Moderne in Paris (1967). Currently, designs by Kastholm and Fabricius can be seen at the MACBA in Barcelona, the MOMA in New York, the Musée d'Art Moderne in Paris, the Ringling Museum in Florida, the Museum of Art in Brasilia, the Design Center in Stuttgart, the Haus Industriform in Essen, the Neue Sammlung in Munich, the Staatsgemäldesammlung Bayer in the same city, the Kunstindustrimuseum in Berlin, the Kunststofmuseum in Düsseldorf, the World Import Mart Museum and the History + Folkways Museum in Japan and the Museum für Angewandte Kunstgeschichte in Cologne .

          Setdart Auction House
        • JORGEN KASTHOLM (Denmark, 1931 – 2007) and PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 – 1984) for LANGE PRODUCTION. “Grasshopper” chaise longue, Model FK-87, design from 1967.
          Mar. 07, 2024

          JORGEN KASTHOLM (Denmark, 1931 – 2007) and PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 – 1984) for LANGE PRODUCTION. “Grasshopper” chaise longue, Model FK-87, design from 1967.

          Est: €7,000 - €8,000

          JORGEN KASTHOLM (Denmark, 1931 - 2007) and PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 - 1984) for LANGE PRODUCTION. Chaise longue "Grasshopper", Model FK-87, design 1967. Chrome-plated steel, canvas fabric, loose cushions and neck cushion upholstered in black aniline leather. Armrests lined with harness leather cords. Lange Production Editor. Brand new, Delivered in original packaging. With photos of the model. Measurements: 81 x 150 cm. This design was created by the designers Preben Fabricius and Jørgen Kastholm, composed of a light chromed steel structure, whose shape resembles a grasshopper, and a stretched fabric that serves as a support for the cushion that is loose on it, as well as a dyed leather headrest. Its sober, light and elegant design, with simple lines, results in a timeless product that at the same time captures the genuine spirit of the period. It is a piece of furniture that brings together design, quality materials and functionality in a single object. Danish architect and designer Jørgen Kastholm began his training as a blacksmith, but soon left it to devote himself to furniture design. He attended the Copenhagen School of Interior Design, where he was taught by Finn Juhl. There he also met the cabinetmaker Preben Fabricius, who later became his partner. The two shared a common vision of furniture design, based on minimalism and quality and inspired by the creations of Charles Eames and Mies van der Rohe. Their quest was to achieve an ideal that, by its simplicity, would be timeless. In 1961 they set up a studio together in Gentofte, and four years later they presented their first designs at the Federicia furniture fair, where they attracted the attention of the German furniture manufacturer Alfred Kill. The latter offered them a lucrative contract that allowed them to work freely, so Kastholm and Fabricius moved to Stuttgart with their first designs to start production in Kill's factory. Shortly afterwards, they made the international breakthrough at the 1966 Cologne trade fair, where they showed a complete series of home and office furniture, developed from ten of their original designs. Their minimalist creations, at once attractive and comfortable, were generally steel and leather furniture. The two designers worked together between 1961 and 1968, a period of seven years in which they produced many designs that are now considered classics, such as the Tulip Chair FK 6725, the Grasshopper FK 87 and the Scimitar. During this period, their furniture also formed part of important international exhibitions, held in such prominent centres as the MOMA in New York (1967) and the Musée d'Art Moderne in Paris (1967). Today, designs by Kastholm and Fabricius can be seen at the MACBA in Barcelona, the MOMA in New York, the Musée d'Art Moderne in Paris, the Ringling Museum in Florida, the Art Museum of Brasilia, the Design Center in Stuttgart, the Haus Industriform in Essen, the Neue Sammlung in Munich, the Staatsgemäldesammlung Bayer in Munich, the Kunstindustrimuseum in Berlin, the Kunststofmuseum in Düsseldorf, the World Import Mart Museum and the History + Folkways Museum in Japan and the Museum für Angewandte Kunstgeschichte in Cologne.

          Setdart Auction House
        • JORGEN KASTHOLM (Denmark, 1931 - 2007) and PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 - 1984) for LANGE PRODUCTION. Chaise longue "Grasshopper", Model FK-87, design 1967.
          Mar. 07, 2024

          JORGEN KASTHOLM (Denmark, 1931 - 2007) and PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 - 1984) for LANGE PRODUCTION. Chaise longue "Grasshopper", Model FK-87, design 1967.

          Est: €7,000 - €8,000

          JORGEN KASTHOLM (Denmark, 1931 - 2007) and PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 - 1984) for LANGE PRODUCTION. Chaise longue "Grasshopper", Model FK-87, design 1967. Chrome-plated steel, canvas fabric, loose cushions and neck cushion upholstered in cognac aniline leather. Laced armrests in harness leather. Lange Production Editor. Brand new, Delivered in original packaging. With photos of the model. Measurements: 81 x 150 cm. This design was created by designers Preben Fabricius and Jørgen Kastholm, consisting of a lightweight chromed steel structure, whose shape resembles a grasshopper, and a stretched fabric that serves as a support for the cushion that is loose on it, plus a cognac-colored leather headrest. Its sober, light and elegant design, with simple lines, results in a timeless product that at the same time captures the genuine spirit of the era. It is a piece of furniture that brings together design, quality materials and functionality in a single object. Danish architect and designer Jørgen Kastholm began his training as a blacksmith, but soon left to pursue furniture design. He attended the Copenhagen School of Interior Design, where he was taught by Finn Juhl. There he also met cabinetmaker Preben Fabricius, who would later become his partner. The two shared a common vision of furniture design, based on minimalism and quality and inspired by the creations of Charles Eames and Mies van der Rohe. Their quest was to achieve an ideal that, by its simplicity, would be timeless. In 1961 they set up a studio together in Gentofte, and four years later they presented their first designs at the Federicia furniture fair, where they attracted the attention of the German furniture manufacturer Alfred Kill. The latter offered them a lucrative contract that allowed them to work freely, so Kastholm and Fabricius moved to Stuttgart with their first designs to start production in Kill's factory. Shortly thereafter, they made the international breakthrough at the 1966 Cologne trade fair, where they exhibited a complete series of home and office furniture, developed from ten of their original designs. Their minimalist creations, at once attractive and comfortable, were generally steel and leather furniture. The two creators worked together between 1961 and 1968, a seven-year period in which they produced numerous designs now considered classics, such as the Tulip Chair FK 6725, the Grasshopper FK 87 or the Scimitar. Also during this period, their furniture was part of important international exhibitions, held in such prominent centers as the MOMA in New York (1967) or the Musée d'Art Moderne in Paris (1967). Today, designs by Kastholm and Fabricius can be seen at the MACBA in Barcelona, the MOMA in New York, the Musée d'Art Moderne in Paris, the Ringling Museum in Florida, the Art Museum of Brasilia, the Design Center in Stuttgart, the Haus Industriform in Essen, the Neue Sammlung in Munich, the Staatsgemäldesammlung Bayer in Munich, the Kunstindustrimuseum in Berlin, the Kunststofmuseum in Düsseldorf, the World Import Mart Museum and the History + Folkways Museum in Japan and the Museum für Angewandte Kunstgeschichte in Cologne.

          Setdart Auction House
        • Preben Fabricius and Jorgen Kastholm, Sculpture chairs, pair
          Feb. 28, 2024

          Preben Fabricius and Jorgen Kastholm, Sculpture chairs, pair

          Est: $5,000 - $7,000

          Preben Fabricius and Jorgen Kastholm Sculpture chairs, pair Bo-Ex Denmark, c. 1960 leather, matte chrome-plated steel 25.5 h x 26.75 w x 18.5 d in (65 x 68 x 47 cm) Decal manufacturer's label to underside of each example 'Bo-Ex'. This work will ship from Los Angeles, California.

          Los Angeles Modern Auctions
        • Fabricius & Kastholm for Kill Intl. FK 82 X Chair
          Feb. 18, 2024

          Fabricius & Kastholm for Kill Intl. FK 82 X Chair

          Est: $1,000 - $2,000

          Preben Juhl Fabricius and Jorgen Kastholm (Danish, 1931-1984; 1931-2007) for Kill International Model Number FK 82 / X Lounge Chair, burgundy red leather and chromed steel with brown leather cord wrapped arms. 32" H x 31.25" W x 28" D; seat: 15.5" H. Provenance: From a 327 East 9th Street collection. Keywords: Furniture, Designer, Seating, Armchair, Danish Modern, Mid-Century Modern, MCM, Scandinavian design

          Auctions at Showplace
        • MANNER OF PREBEN FABRICIUS (DENMARK 1931-1984) Preview: Colville Road
          Jan. 10, 2024

          MANNER OF PREBEN FABRICIUS (DENMARK 1931-1984) Preview: Colville Road

          Est: £100 - £200

          MANNER OF PREBEN FABRICIUS (DENMARK 1931-1984) Preview: Colville Road MANNER OF PREBEN FABRICIUS (DENMARK 1931-1984): A square coffee table with chrome frame and legs supporting a teak top. 40 h x 68 w x 68 d cm

          Chiswick Auctions
        • PREBEN FABRICIUS (DANISH 1931-1984) AND JØRGEN KASTHOLM (DANISH 1931-2007) FOR KILL INTERNATIONAL Preview: Colville Road
          Jan. 10, 2024

          PREBEN FABRICIUS (DANISH 1931-1984) AND JØRGEN KASTHOLM (DANISH 1931-2007) FOR KILL INTERNATIONAL Preview: Colville Road

          Est: £2,000 - £4,000

          PREBEN FABRICIUS (DANISH 1931-1984) AND JØRGEN KASTHOLM (DANISH 1931-2007) FOR KILL INTERNATIONAL Preview: Colville Road PREBEN FABRICIUS (DANISH 1931-1984) AND JØRGEN KASTHOLM (DANISH 1931-2007) FOR KILL INTERNATIONAL: A Model FK 6720-1 three seater sofa, designed 1968, having a chrome and steel frame, the seat and back cushions upholstered in black aniline leather, with armrests wrapped in rattan.

          Chiswick Auctions
        • PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 - 1984) for WALTER KNOLL. Pair of "Conversation Chairs", model 710, design 1972.
          Dec. 19, 2023

          PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 - 1984) for WALTER KNOLL. Pair of "Conversation Chairs", model 710, design 1972.

          Est: €5,000 - €5,500

          PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 - 1984) for WALTER KNOLL. Pair of "Conversation Chairs", model 710, design 1972. Chrome-plated steel frame. Armrests, seat, back and loose cushions upholstered in black leather. Slight signs of wear and patina. Made at Walter Knoll with label from here. Measurements: 77/40 (height) x 74 x 80 cm. As a genuine classic, Fabricius tells the story of furniture. The "Conversation chair" combines Scandinavian design tradition and functional aesthetics with the charm of casual seating comfort. Precise metal processing, superior surface quality: the armrests and the supporting structure frame the sliding seat. The result is lightness and simplicity. Whether as a soloist or as an ensemble, it was made for lounges, foyers and living rooms. Danish architect and designer Jørgen Kastholm began his training as a blacksmith, but soon left it to devote himself to furniture design. He attended the Copenhagen School of Interior Design, where he was taught by Finn Juhl. There he also met the cabinetmaker Preben Fabricius, who later became his partner. The two shared a common vision of furniture design, based on minimalism and quality and inspired by the creations of Charles Eames and Mies van der Rohe. Their quest was to achieve an ideal that, by its simplicity, would be timeless. In 1961 they set up a studio together in Gentofte, and four years later they presented their first designs at the Federicia furniture fair, where they attracted the attention of the German furniture manufacturer Alfred Kill. The latter offered them a lucrative contract that allowed them to work freely, so Kastholm and Fabricius moved to Stuttgart with their first designs to start production in Kill's factory. Shortly afterwards, they made the international breakthrough at the 1966 Cologne trade fair, where they showed a complete series of home and office furniture, developed from ten of their original designs. The two designers worked together between 1961 and 1968, a period of seven years in which they produced numerous designs that are now considered classics, such as the Tulip Chair FK 6725, the Grasshopper FK 87 and the Scimitar. During this period, their furniture also formed part of important international exhibitions, held in such prominent centres as the MOMA in New York (1967) and the Musée d'Art Moderne in Paris (1967). Today, designs by Kastholm and Fabricius can be seen at the MACBA in Barcelona, the MOMA in New York, the Musée d'Art Moderne in Paris, the Ringling Museum in Florida, the Art Museum of Brasilia, the Design Center in Stuttgart, the Haus Industriform in Essen, the Neue Sammlung in Munich, the Staatsgemäldesammlung Bayer in Munich, the Kunstindustrimuseum in Berlin, the Kunststofmuseum in Düsseldorf, the World Import Mart Museum and the History + Folkways Museum in Japan and the Museum für Angewandte Kunstgeschichte in Cologne.

          Setdart Auction House
        • PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 - 1984) for WALTER KNOLL. "Conversation Chair, model 710, design 1972.
          Dec. 19, 2023

          PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 - 1984) for WALTER KNOLL. "Conversation Chair, model 710, design 1972.

          Est: €2,800 - €3,000

          PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 - 1984) for WALTER KNOLL. "Conversation Chair, model 710, design 1972. Chromed steel frame. Upholstery in black leather. Made at Walter Knoll with label here. Slight signs of use and good patina. Measurements: 77/40 cm (height) x 74 x 80 (approx.) cm. Danish architect and designer Jørgen Kastholm began his training as a blacksmith, but soon left it to devote himself to furniture design. He attended the Copenhagen School of Interior Design, where he was taught by Finn Juhl. There he also met the cabinetmaker Preben Fabricius, who later became his partner. The two shared a common vision of furniture design, based on minimalism and quality and inspired by the creations of Charles Eames and Mies van der Rohe. Their quest was to achieve an ideal that, by its simplicity, would be timeless. In 1961 they set up a studio together in Gentofte, and four years later they presented their first designs at the Federicia furniture fair, where they attracted the attention of the German furniture manufacturer Alfred Kill. The latter offered them a lucrative contract that allowed them to work freely, so Kastholm and Fabricius moved to Stuttgart with their first designs to start production in Kill's factory. Shortly afterwards, they made the international breakthrough at the 1966 Cologne trade fair, where they showed a complete series of home and office furniture, developed from ten of their original designs. The two designers worked together between 1961 and 1968, a period of seven years in which they produced numerous designs that are now considered classics, such as the Tulip Chair FK 6725, the Grasshopper FK 87 and the Scimitar. During this period, their furniture also formed part of important international exhibitions, held in such prominent centres as the MOMA in New York (1967) and the Musée d'Art Moderne in Paris (1967). Today, designs by Kastholm and Fabricius can be seen at the MACBA in Barcelona, the MOMA in New York, the Musée d'Art Moderne in Paris, the Ringling Museum in Florida, the Art Museum of Brasilia, the Design Center in Stuttgart, the Haus Industriform in Essen, the Neue Sammlung in Munich, the Staatsgemäldesammlung Bayer in Munich, the Kunstindustrimuseum in Berlin, the Kunststofmuseum in Düsseldorf, the World Import Mart Museum and the History + Folkways Museum in Japan and the Museum für Angewandte Kunstgeschichte in Cologne.

          Setdart Auction House
        • PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 – 1984) and PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 – 1984) for LANGE PRODUCTION Armchair model FK 6720, design from 1968.
          Dec. 19, 2023

          PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 – 1984) and PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 – 1984) for LANGE PRODUCTION Armchair model FK 6720, design from 1968.

          Est: €4,500 - €5,000

          PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 – 1984) and PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 – 1984) for LANGE PRODUCTION Armchair model FK 6720, design from 1968. Chromed steel structure. Armrests upholstered in vegetable leather, seat cushion and backrest upholstered in black leather. Brand new, in original packaging. Measurements: 80/45 cm (height) x 73 cm. The Model FK 6720 combines the tradition of Scandinavian design and functional aesthetics with the charm of casual seating comfort. Precise in the metal treatment, superior quality in the surfaces: the armrest and the support structure frame the sliding seat. The result is lightness and simplicity. The Danish architect and designer Jørgen Kastholm began training him as a blacksmith, but soon left to dedicate himself to furniture design. He attended the Copenhagen School of Interior Design, where he had Finn Juhl as a teacher. There he also met the cabinetmaker Preben Fabricius, who later became his partner. Both shared a common vision about furniture design, based on minimalism and quality and inspired by the creations of Charles Eames and Mies van der Rohe. His search was to achieve an ideal that, simply, was timeless. In 1961 they created a studio together in Gentofte, and four years later they presented their first designs at the Federicia furniture fair, where they caught the attention of the German furniture manufacturer Alfred Kill. He offered them a succulent contract that allowed them to work with complete freedom, so Kastholm and Fabricius settled in Stuttgart with their first designs to start production in the Kill factory. Shortly after, they made the international leap thanks to the 1966 Cologne fair, where they showed a complete series of domestic and office furniture, developed from ten of their original designs. Both creators worked together between 1961 and 1968, a period of seven years in which they produced numerous designs now considered classics, such as the Tulip Chair FK 6725, the Grasshopper FK 87 or the Scimitar. Also in this period his furniture was part of important international exhibitions, held in such prominent centers as the MOMA in New York (1967) or the Musée d'Art Moderne in Paris (1967). Currently, designs by Kastholm and Fabricius can be seen at the MACBA in Barcelona, the MOMA in New York, the Musée d'Art Moderne in Paris, the Ringling Museum in Florida, the Museum of Art in Brasilia, the Design Center in Stuttgart, the Haus Industriform in Essen, the Neue Sammlung in Munich, the Staatsgemäldesammlung Bayer in the same city, the Kunstindustrimuseum in Berlin, the Kunststofmuseum in Düsseldorf, the World Import Mart Museum and the History + Folkways Museum in Japan and the Museum für Angewandte Kunstgeschichte in Cologne .

          Setdart Auction House
        • PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 – 1984) and PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 – 1984) for LANGE PRODUCTION Armchair model FK 6720, design from 1968.
          Dec. 19, 2023

          PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 – 1984) and PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 – 1984) for LANGE PRODUCTION Armchair model FK 6720, design from 1968.

          Est: €4,500 - €5,000

          PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 – 1984) and PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 – 1984) for LANGE PRODUCTION Armchair model FK 6720, design from 1968. Chromed steel structure. Armrests upholstered in vegetable leather, seat cushion and backrest upholstered in black leather. Brand new, in original packaging. Measurements: 80/45 cm (height) x 73 cm. The Model FK 6720 combines the tradition of Scandinavian design and functional aesthetics with the charm of casual seating comfort. Precise in the metal treatment, superior quality in the surfaces: the armrest and the support structure frame the sliding seat. The result is lightness and simplicity. The Danish architect and designer Jørgen Kastholm began training him as a blacksmith, but soon left to dedicate himself to furniture design. He attended the Copenhagen School of Interior Design, where he had Finn Juhl as a teacher. There he also met the cabinetmaker Preben Fabricius, who later became his partner. Both shared a common vision about furniture design, based on minimalism and quality and inspired by the creations of Charles Eames and Mies van der Rohe. His search was to achieve an ideal that, simply, was timeless. In 1961 they created a studio together in Gentofte, and four years later they presented their first designs at the Federicia furniture fair, where they caught the attention of the German furniture manufacturer Alfred Kill. He offered them a succulent contract that allowed them to work with complete freedom, so Kastholm and Fabricius settled in Stuttgart with their first designs to start production in the Kill factory. Shortly after, they made the international leap thanks to the 1966 Cologne fair, where they showed a complete series of domestic and office furniture, developed from ten of their original designs. Both creators worked together between 1961 and 1968, a period of seven years in which they produced numerous designs now considered classics, such as the Tulip Chair FK 6725, the Grasshopper FK 87 or the Scimitar. Also in this period his furniture was part of important international exhibitions, held in such prominent centers as the MOMA in New York (1967) or the Musée d'Art Moderne in Paris (1967). Currently, designs by Kastholm and Fabricius can be seen at the MACBA in Barcelona, the MOMA in New York, the Musée d'Art Moderne in Paris, the Ringling Museum in Florida, the Museum of Art in Brasilia, the Design Center in Stuttgart, the Haus Industriform in Essen, the Neue Sammlung in Munich, the Staatsgemäldesammlung Bayer in the same city, the Kunstindustrimuseum in Berlin, the Kunststofmuseum in Düsseldorf, the World Import Mart Museum and the History + Folkways Museum in Japan and the Museum für Angewandte Kunstgeschichte in Cologne .

          Setdart Auction House
        • JORGEN KASTHOLM (Dinamarca, 1931 – 2007) y PREBEN FABRICIUS (Dinamarca, 1931 – 1984) para LANGE PRODUCTION. Chaise longue “Grasshopper”, Modelo FK-87, diseño de 1967.
          Dec. 19, 2023

          JORGEN KASTHOLM (Dinamarca, 1931 – 2007) y PREBEN FABRICIUS (Dinamarca, 1931 – 1984) para LANGE PRODUCTION. Chaise longue “Grasshopper”, Modelo FK-87, diseño de 1967.

          Est: €7,000 - €8,000

          JORGEN KASTHOLM (Dinamarca, 1931 – 2007) y PREBEN FABRICIUS (Dinamarca, 1931 – 1984) para LANGE PRODUCTION. Chaise longue “Grasshopper”, Modelo FK-87, diseño de 1967. Acero cromado, tejido de lona, cojines sueltos y cojines cervicales tapizados en cuero anilina color coñac. Reposabrazos forrados con cordones en cuero arnés. Editor de producción Lange. Nuevo a estrenar, Se entrega en su embalaje original. Con fotos del modelo. Medidas: 81 x 150 cm. This design was created by designers Preben Fabricius and Jørgen Kastholm, composed of a light chrome steel structure, whose shape resembles a grasshopper, and a stretched fabric that serves as support for the cushion that is loose on it, as well as a cognac leather headrest. Its sober, light and elegant design, with simple lines, results in a timeless product that at the same time captures the genuine spirit of the time. It is a piece of furniture that brings together design, quality of materials and functionality in a single object. The Danish architect and designer Jørgen Kastholm began training him as a blacksmith, but soon left to dedicate himself to furniture design. He attended the Copenhagen School of Interior Design, where he had Finn Juhl as a teacher. There he also met the cabinetmaker Preben Fabricius, who later became his partner. Both shared a common vision about furniture design, based on minimalism and quality and inspired by the creations of Charles Eames and Mies van der Rohe. His search was to achieve an ideal that, simply, was timeless. In 1961 they created a studio together in Gentofte, and four years later they presented their first designs at the Federicia furniture fair, where they caught the attention of the German furniture manufacturer Alfred Kill. He offered them a succulent contract that allowed them to work with complete freedom, so Kastholm and Fabricius settled in Stuttgart with their first designs to start production in the Kill factory. Shortly after, they made the international leap thanks to the 1966 Cologne fair, where they showed a complete series of domestic and office furniture, developed from ten of their original designs. His minimalist creations, both attractive and comfortable, were generally steel and leather furniture. Both creators worked together between 1961 and 1968, a period of seven years in which they produced numerous designs now considered classics, such as the Tulip Chair FK 6725, the Grasshopper FK 87 or the Scimitar. Also in this period his furniture was part of important international exhibitions, held in such prominent centers as the MOMA in New York (1967) or the Musée d'Art Moderne in Paris (1967). Currently, designs by Kastholm and Fabricius can be seen at the MACBA in Barcelona, the MOMA in New York, the Musée d'Art Moderne in Paris, the Ringling Museum in Florida, the Museum of Art in Brasilia, the Design Center in Stuttgart, the Haus Industriform in Essen, the Neue Sammlung in Munich, the Staatsgemäldesammlung Bayer in the same city, the Kunstindustrimuseum in Berlin, the Kunststofmuseum in Düsseldorf, the World Import Mart Museum and the History + Folkways Museum in Japan and the Museum für Angewandte Kunstgeschichte in Cologne

          Setdart Auction House
        • Preben Fabricius & Jørgen Kastholm
          Dec. 09, 2023

          Preben Fabricius & Jørgen Kastholm

          Est: kr600 - kr1,200

          Loftsbelysning, model P376, messing. Dia. 47 cm. Produceret hos Nordisk Solar.

          Svendborg Auktionerne ApS
        • Kill International Vintage Tulip Chair 'FK 6727', Entwurf von Preben Fabricius und Jorgen Kastholm
          Dec. 01, 2023

          Kill International Vintage Tulip Chair 'FK 6727', Entwurf von Preben Fabricius und Jorgen Kastholm

          Est: €400 -

          Kill International Vintage Tulip Chair 'FK 6727', Entwurf von Preben Fabricius und Jorgen Kastholm Kill International, Fellbach, Entwurf von Preben Fabricius (1931-1984) und Jorgen Kastholm (1931-2007) aus dem Jahr 1964, glasfaserverstärkter Polyester, Lederbezug, Stahl, auf drei Rollen, Modellnr. FK 6727, unterseitig Etikett von Kill International, Stuhlhöhe 108 cm, Sitzhöhe 45 cm, altersbedingte Gebrauchsspuren, partiell berieben und die Nähte an den Armlehnen eingerissen, Zustand befriedigend English Translation Kill International Vintage Tulip Chair 'FK 6727', design by Preben Fabricius and Jorgen Kastholm Kill International, Fellbach, designed by Preben Fabricius (1931-1984) and Jorgen Kastholm (1931-2007) in 1964, fibreglass reinforced polyester, leather upholstery, steel, on three casters, model no. FK 6727, label of Kill International underneath, height of chair 108 cm, height of seat 45 cm, traces of use due to age, partially rubbed and the seams on the armrests torn, condition satisfactory

          Wettmann
        • PREBEN FABRICIUS & JOERGEN KASTHOLM
          Dec. 01, 2023

          PREBEN FABRICIUS & JOERGEN KASTHOLM

          Est: €600 - €1,200

          PREBEN FABRICIUS & JOERGEN KASTHOLM 1931 - 1984 & 1931 - 2007 LOUNGE CHAIR AND OTTOMAN MODEL 'FK 85' Germany, Kill International, design 1967 Cast aluminium, brown leather upholstery, swivel armchair. H. 94 cm, W. 72 cm, D. 86 cm - H. 36 cm, W. 67 cm, D. 54 cm. Labeled underneath. Traces of use, leather partly min. damaged, stained and pat. PREBEN FABRICIUS & JOERGEN KASTHOLM 1931 - 1984 & 1931 - 2007 LOUNGE CHAIR / SESSEL UND FUSSHOCKER MODELL 'FK 85' Deutschland, Kill International, Entwurf 1967 Aluminiumguss, Lederbezug braun, Sessel drehbar. H. 94 cm, B. 72 cm, T. 86 cm - H. 36 cm, B. 67 cm,. Unterseitig m. Herstelleretikett bez.. Gebrauchsspuren, Leder pat. teilw. min. besch., verfärbt, leicht fleckig.

          Hargesheimer Kunstauktionen Düsseldorf
        • PREBEN FABRICIUS & JOERGEN KASTHOLM
          Dec. 01, 2023

          PREBEN FABRICIUS & JOERGEN KASTHOLM

          Est: €900 - €1,800

          PREBEN FABRICIUS & JOERGEN KASTHOLM 1931 - 1984 & 1931 - 2007 COFFEE TABLE MODEL 'T 105' Germany, Kill International, design in 1968 Base in cast aluminium, top in travertine. H. 49 cm, D. 150 cm. Surfaces partially w. tiny scratches. Private property: Ruhr district PREBEN FABRICIUS & JOERGEN KASTHOLM 1931 - 1984 & 1931 - 2007 COFFEE TABLE MODELL 'T 105' Deutschland, Kill International, Entwurf 1968 Untergestell aus Aluminiumguss, Platte aus Travertin. H. 49 cm, D. 150 cm. Oberflächen teilw. m. Kratzspuren. Provenienz: Privatbesitz Ruhrgebiet.

          Hargesheimer Kunstauktionen Düsseldorf
        • PREBEN FABRICIUS & JOERGEN KASTHOLM
          Dec. 01, 2023

          PREBEN FABRICIUS & JOERGEN KASTHOLM

          Est: €1,200 - €2,400

          PREBEN FABRICIUS & JOERGEN KASTHOLM 1931 - 1984 & 1931 - 2007 PAIR OF LOUNGE EASY CHAIRS AND A SINGLE OTTOMAN MODEL 'FK 85' Germany, Kill International, design 1967 Cast aluminium, black leather upholstery, swivelling easy chair. H. ca. 92 cm, W. 72 cm, D. ca. 86 cm - H. 36 cm, W. 67 cm, D. 54 cm. Minor signs of use, somewhat soiled, leather partly min. damaged, surfaces with scratches. Private property Ruhr District PREBEN FABRICIUS & JOERGEN KASTHOLM 1931 - 1984 & 1931 - 2007 PAAR SESSEL / LOUNGE CHAIRS UND EIN FUSSHOCKER MODELL 'FK 85' Deutschland, Kill International, Entwurf 1967 Aluminiumguss, Lederbezug schwarz, Sessel drehbar. H. ca. 92 cm, B. 72 cm, T. ca. 86 cm - H. 36 cm, B. Leichte Gebrauchsspuren, etwas verschm., Leder teilw. min. besch., Oberflächen m. Kratzspuren. Expertise: Privatbesitz Ruhrgebiet.

          Hargesheimer Kunstauktionen Düsseldorf
        • PREBEN FABRICIUS (1931-1984) & JORGEN KASTHOLM (1931-2007) Chauffeuse mod. 'FK710' dit 'Skater'Création en 1968Edition Alfred KillAcier et cuirH: 68cm. (26 3/4in.); L: 66cm. (26in.); P: 71cm. (27 15/16in.).A 'FK710' or 'Skater' armchair in st...
          Nov. 30, 2023

          PREBEN FABRICIUS (1931-1984) & JORGEN KASTHOLM (1931-2007) Chauffeuse mod. 'FK710' dit 'Skater'Création en 1968Edition Alfred KillAcier et cuirH: 68cm. (26 3/4in.); L: 66cm. (26in.); P: 71cm. (27 15/16in.).A 'FK710' or 'Skater' armchair in st...

          Est: €2,200 - €2,500

          PREBEN FABRICIUS (1931-1984) & JORGEN KASTHOLM (1931-2007) Chauffeuse mod. 'FK710' dit 'Skater' Création en 1968 Edition Alfred Kill Acier et cuir H: 68cm. (26 3/4in.); L: 66cm. (26in.); P: 71cm. (27 15/16in.). A 'FK710' or 'Skater' armchair in steel and leather by Preben Fabricius and Jorgen Kastholm designed in 1968 and edited by Alfred Kill.

          Bonhams
        • Preben FABRICIUS & Jørgen KASTHOLM 1931-1984 & Né en 1931 Fauteuil de bureau mod. FK-84 Circa 1960
          Nov. 27, 2023

          Preben FABRICIUS & Jørgen KASTHOLM 1931-1984 & Né en 1931 Fauteuil de bureau mod. FK-84 Circa 1960

          Est: €6,000 - €8,000

          Preben FABRICIUS & Jørgen KASTHOLM 1931-1984 & Né en 1931 Fauteuil de bureau mod. FK-84 Circa 1960 Piètement pivotant en métal chromé, structure recouverte de cuir cognac, accoudoirs en métal chromé et cuir cognac Édition Alfred Kill International 82 × 74 × 63 cm A chromed metal and leather mod. FK-84 swivel desk chair by Preben Fabricius & Jørgen Kastholm for Alfred Kill International - circa 1960 32.28 × 29.13 × 24.80 in. Estimation 6 000 - 8 000 €

          Artcurial
        • PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 - 1984) for WALTER KNOLL. Pair of "Conversation Chairs", model 710, design 1972.
          Nov. 22, 2023

          PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 - 1984) for WALTER KNOLL. Pair of "Conversation Chairs", model 710, design 1972.

          Est: €5,000 - €5,500

          PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 - 1984) for WALTER KNOLL. Pair of "Conversation Chairs", model 710, design 1972. Chrome-plated steel frame. Armrests, seat, back and loose cushions upholstered in black leather. Slight signs of wear and patina. Made at Walter Knoll with label from here. Measurements: 77/40 (height) x 74 x 80 cm. As a genuine classic, Fabricius tells the story of furniture. The "Conversation chair" combines Scandinavian design tradition and functional aesthetics with the charm of casual seating comfort. Precise metal processing, superior surface quality: the armrests and the supporting structure frame the sliding seat. The result is lightness and simplicity. Whether as a soloist or as an ensemble, it was made for lounges, foyers and living rooms. Danish architect and designer Jørgen Kastholm began his training as a blacksmith, but soon left it to devote himself to furniture design. He attended the Copenhagen School of Interior Design, where he was taught by Finn Juhl. There he also met the cabinetmaker Preben Fabricius, who later became his partner. The two shared a common vision of furniture design, based on minimalism and quality and inspired by the creations of Charles Eames and Mies van der Rohe. Their quest was to achieve an ideal that, by its simplicity, would be timeless. In 1961 they set up a studio together in Gentofte, and four years later they presented their first designs at the Federicia furniture fair, where they attracted the attention of the German furniture manufacturer Alfred Kill. The latter offered them a lucrative contract that allowed them to work freely, so Kastholm and Fabricius moved to Stuttgart with their first designs to start production in Kill's factory. Shortly afterwards, they made the international breakthrough at the 1966 Cologne trade fair, where they showed a complete series of home and office furniture, developed from ten of their original designs. The two designers worked together between 1961 and 1968, a period of seven years in which they produced numerous designs that are now considered classics, such as the Tulip Chair FK 6725, the Grasshopper FK 87 and the Scimitar. During this period, their furniture also formed part of important international exhibitions, held in such prominent centres as the MOMA in New York (1967) and the Musée d'Art Moderne in Paris (1967). Today, designs by Kastholm and Fabricius can be seen at the MACBA in Barcelona, the MOMA in New York, the Musée d'Art Moderne in Paris, the Ringling Museum in Florida, the Art Museum of Brasilia, the Design Center in Stuttgart, the Haus Industriform in Essen, the Neue Sammlung in Munich, the Staatsgemäldesammlung Bayer in Munich, the Kunstindustrimuseum in Berlin, the Kunststofmuseum in Düsseldorf, the World Import Mart Museum and the History + Folkways Museum in Japan and the Museum für Angewandte Kunstgeschichte in Cologne.

          Setdart Auction House
        • PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 - 1984) for WALTER KNOLL. "Conversation Chair, model 710, design 1972. Chromed steel frame. Black leather upholstery. Made at Walter Knoll with label here. Slight wear marks and good patina.
          Nov. 22, 2023

          PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 - 1984) for WALTER KNOLL. "Conversation Chair, model 710, design 1972. Chromed steel frame. Black leather upholstery. Made at Walter Knoll with label here. Slight wear marks and good patina.

          Est: €2,800 - €3,000

          PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 - 1984) for WALTER KNOLL. "Conversation Chair, model 710, design 1972. Chromed steel frame. Upholstery in black leather. Made at Walter Knoll with label here. Slight signs of use and good patina. Measurements: 77/40 cm (height) x 74 x 80 (approx.) cm. Danish architect and designer Jørgen Kastholm began his training as a blacksmith, but soon left it to devote himself to furniture design. He attended the Copenhagen School of Interior Design, where he was taught by Finn Juhl. There he also met the cabinetmaker Preben Fabricius, who later became his partner. The two shared a common vision of furniture design, based on minimalism and quality and inspired by the creations of Charles Eames and Mies van der Rohe. Their quest was to achieve an ideal that, by its simplicity, would be timeless. In 1961 they set up a studio together in Gentofte, and four years later they presented their first designs at the Federicia furniture fair, where they attracted the attention of the German furniture manufacturer Alfred Kill. The latter offered them a lucrative contract that allowed them to work freely, so Kastholm and Fabricius moved to Stuttgart with their first designs to start production in Kill's factory. Shortly afterwards, they made the international breakthrough at the 1966 Cologne trade fair, where they showed a complete series of home and office furniture, developed from ten of their original designs. The two designers worked together between 1961 and 1968, a period of seven years in which they produced numerous designs that are now considered classics, such as the Tulip Chair FK 6725, the Grasshopper FK 87 and the Scimitar. During this period, their furniture also formed part of important international exhibitions, held in such prominent centres as the MOMA in New York (1967) and the Musée d'Art Moderne in Paris (1967). Today, designs by Kastholm and Fabricius can be seen at the MACBA in Barcelona, the MOMA in New York, the Musée d'Art Moderne in Paris, the Ringling Museum in Florida, the Art Museum of Brasilia, the Design Center in Stuttgart, the Haus Industriform in Essen, the Neue Sammlung in Munich, the Staatsgemäldesammlung Bayer in Munich, the Kunstindustrimuseum in Berlin, the Kunststofmuseum in Düsseldorf, the World Import Mart Museum and the History + Folkways Museum in Japan and the Museum für Angewandte Kunstgeschichte in Cologne.

          Setdart Auction House
        • PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 – 1984) and PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 – 1984) for LANGE PRODUCTION Armchair model FK 6720, design from 1968.
          Nov. 22, 2023

          PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 – 1984) and PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 – 1984) for LANGE PRODUCTION Armchair model FK 6720, design from 1968.

          Est: €4,500 - €5,000

          PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 – 1984) and PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 – 1984) for LANGE PRODUCTION Armchair model FK 6720, design from 1968. Chromed steel structure. Armrests upholstered in vegetable leather, seat cushion and backrest upholstered in black leather. Brand new, in original packaging. Measurements: 80/45 cm (height) x 73 cm. The Model FK 6720 combines the tradition of Scandinavian design and functional aesthetics with the charm of casual seating comfort. Precise in the metal treatment, superior quality in the surfaces: the armrest and the support structure frame the sliding seat. The result is lightness and simplicity. The Danish architect and designer Jørgen Kastholm began training him as a blacksmith, but soon left to dedicate himself to furniture design. He attended the Copenhagen School of Interior Design, where he had Finn Juhl as a teacher. There he also met the cabinetmaker Preben Fabricius, who later became his partner. Both shared a common vision about furniture design, based on minimalism and quality and inspired by the creations of Charles Eames and Mies van der Rohe. His search was to achieve an ideal that, simply, was timeless. In 1961 they created a studio together in Gentofte, and four years later they presented their first designs at the Federicia furniture fair, where they caught the attention of the German furniture manufacturer Alfred Kill. He offered them a succulent contract that allowed them to work with complete freedom, so Kastholm and Fabricius settled in Stuttgart with their first designs to start production in the Kill factory. Shortly after, they made the international leap thanks to the 1966 Cologne fair, where they showed a complete series of domestic and office furniture, developed from ten of their original designs. Both creators worked together between 1961 and 1968, a period of seven years in which they produced numerous designs now considered classics, such as the Tulip Chair FK 6725, the Grasshopper FK 87 or the Scimitar. Also in this period his furniture was part of important international exhibitions, held in such prominent centers as the MOMA in New York (1967) or the Musée d'Art Moderne in Paris (1967). Currently, designs by Kastholm and Fabricius can be seen at the MACBA in Barcelona, the MOMA in New York, the Musée d'Art Moderne in Paris, the Ringling Museum in Florida, the Museum of Art in Brasilia, the Design Center in Stuttgart, the Haus Industriform in Essen, the Neue Sammlung in Munich, the Staatsgemäldesammlung Bayer in the same city, the Kunstindustrimuseum in Berlin, the Kunststofmuseum in Düsseldorf, the World Import Mart Museum and the History + Folkways Museum in Japan and the Museum für Angewandte Kunstgeschichte in Cologne .

          Setdart Auction House
        • PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 – 1984) and PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 – 1984) for LANGE PRODUCTION Armchair model FK 6720, design from 1968.
          Nov. 22, 2023

          PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 – 1984) and PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 – 1984) for LANGE PRODUCTION Armchair model FK 6720, design from 1968.

          Est: €4,500 - €5,000

          PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 – 1984) and PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 – 1984) for LANGE PRODUCTION Armchair model FK 6720, design from 1968. Chromed steel structure. Armrests upholstered in vegetable leather, seat cushion and backrest upholstered in black leather. Brand new, in original packaging. Measurements: 80/45 cm (height) x 73 cm. The Model FK 6720 combines the tradition of Scandinavian design and functional aesthetics with the charm of casual seating comfort. Precise in the metal treatment, superior quality in the surfaces: the armrest and the support structure frame the sliding seat. The result is lightness and simplicity. The Danish architect and designer Jørgen Kastholm began training him as a blacksmith, but soon left to dedicate himself to furniture design. He attended the Copenhagen School of Interior Design, where he had Finn Juhl as a teacher. There he also met the cabinetmaker Preben Fabricius, who later became his partner. Both shared a common vision about furniture design, based on minimalism and quality and inspired by the creations of Charles Eames and Mies van der Rohe. His search was to achieve an ideal that, simply, was timeless. In 1961 they created a studio together in Gentofte, and four years later they presented their first designs at the Federicia furniture fair, where they caught the attention of the German furniture manufacturer Alfred Kill. He offered them a succulent contract that allowed them to work with complete freedom, so Kastholm and Fabricius settled in Stuttgart with their first designs to start production in the Kill factory. Shortly after, they made the international leap thanks to the 1966 Cologne fair, where they showed a complete series of domestic and office furniture, developed from ten of their original designs. Both creators worked together between 1961 and 1968, a period of seven years in which they produced numerous designs now considered classics, such as the Tulip Chair FK 6725, the Grasshopper FK 87 or the Scimitar. Also in this period his furniture was part of important international exhibitions, held in such prominent centers as the MOMA in New York (1967) or the Musée d'Art Moderne in Paris (1967). Currently, designs by Kastholm and Fabricius can be seen at the MACBA in Barcelona, the MOMA in New York, the Musée d'Art Moderne in Paris, the Ringling Museum in Florida, the Museum of Art in Brasilia, the Design Center in Stuttgart, the Haus Industriform in Essen, the Neue Sammlung in Munich, the Staatsgemäldesammlung Bayer in the same city, the Kunstindustrimuseum in Berlin, the Kunststofmuseum in Düsseldorf, the World Import Mart Museum and the History + Folkways Museum in Japan and the Museum für Angewandte Kunstgeschichte in Cologne .

          Setdart Auction House
        • JORGEN KASTHOLM (Denmark, 1931 – 2007) and PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 – 1984) for LANGE PRODUCTION. “Grasshopper” chaise longue, Model FK-87, design from 1967.
          Nov. 22, 2023

          JORGEN KASTHOLM (Denmark, 1931 – 2007) and PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 – 1984) for LANGE PRODUCTION. “Grasshopper” chaise longue, Model FK-87, design from 1967.

          Est: €7,000 - €8,000

          JORGEN KASTHOLM (Denmark, 1931 - 2007) and PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 - 1984) for LANGE PRODUCTION. Chaise longue "Grasshopper", Model FK-87, design 1967. Chrome-plated steel, canvas fabric, loose cushions and neck cushion upholstered in black aniline leather. Armrests lined with harness leather cords. Lange Production Editor. Brand new, Delivered in original packaging. With photos of the model. Measurements: 81 x 150 cm. This design was created by the designers Preben Fabricius and Jørgen Kastholm, composed of a light chromed steel structure, whose shape resembles a grasshopper, and a stretched fabric that serves as a support for the cushion that is loose on it, as well as a dyed leather headrest. Its sober, light and elegant design, with simple lines, results in a timeless product that at the same time captures the genuine spirit of the period. It is a piece of furniture that brings together design, quality materials and functionality in a single object. Danish architect and designer Jørgen Kastholm began his training as a blacksmith, but soon left it to devote himself to furniture design. He attended the Copenhagen School of Interior Design, where he was taught by Finn Juhl. There he also met the cabinetmaker Preben Fabricius, who later became his partner. The two shared a common vision of furniture design, based on minimalism and quality and inspired by the creations of Charles Eames and Mies van der Rohe. Their quest was to achieve an ideal that, by its simplicity, would be timeless. In 1961 they set up a studio together in Gentofte, and four years later they presented their first designs at the Federicia furniture fair, where they attracted the attention of the German furniture manufacturer Alfred Kill. The latter offered them a lucrative contract that allowed them to work freely, so Kastholm and Fabricius moved to Stuttgart with their first designs to start production in Kill's factory. Shortly afterwards, they made the international breakthrough at the 1966 Cologne trade fair, where they showed a complete series of home and office furniture, developed from ten of their original designs. Their minimalist creations, at once attractive and comfortable, were generally steel and leather furniture. The two designers worked together between 1961 and 1968, a period of seven years in which they produced many designs that are now considered classics, such as the Tulip Chair FK 6725, the Grasshopper FK 87 and the Scimitar. During this period, their furniture also formed part of important international exhibitions, held in such prominent centres as the MOMA in New York (1967) and the Musée d'Art Moderne in Paris (1967). Today, designs by Kastholm and Fabricius can be seen at the MACBA in Barcelona, the MOMA in New York, the Musée d'Art Moderne in Paris, the Ringling Museum in Florida, the Art Museum of Brasilia, the Design Center in Stuttgart, the Haus Industriform in Essen, the Neue Sammlung in Munich, the Staatsgemäldesammlung Bayer in Munich, the Kunstindustrimuseum in Berlin, the Kunststofmuseum in Düsseldorf, the World Import Mart Museum and the History + Folkways Museum in Japan and the Museum für Angewandte Kunstgeschichte in Cologne.

          Setdart Auction House
        • JORGEN KASTHOLM (Dinamarca, 1931 – 2007) y PREBEN FABRICIUS (Dinamarca, 1931 – 1984) para LANGE PRODUCTION. Chaise longue “Grasshopper”, Modelo FK-87, diseño de 1967.
          Nov. 22, 2023

          JORGEN KASTHOLM (Dinamarca, 1931 – 2007) y PREBEN FABRICIUS (Dinamarca, 1931 – 1984) para LANGE PRODUCTION. Chaise longue “Grasshopper”, Modelo FK-87, diseño de 1967.

          Est: €7,000 - €8,000

          JORGEN KASTHOLM (Dinamarca, 1931 – 2007) y PREBEN FABRICIUS (Dinamarca, 1931 – 1984) para LANGE PRODUCTION. Chaise longue “Grasshopper”, Modelo FK-87, diseño de 1967. Acero cromado, tejido de lona, cojines sueltos y cojines cervicales tapizados en cuero anilina color coñac. Reposabrazos forrados con cordones en cuero arnés. Editor de producción Lange. Nuevo a estrenar, Se entrega en su embalaje original. Con fotos del modelo. Medidas: 81 x 150 cm. This design was created by designers Preben Fabricius and Jørgen Kastholm, composed of a light chrome steel structure, whose shape resembles a grasshopper, and a stretched fabric that serves as support for the cushion that is loose on it, as well as a cognac leather headrest. Its sober, light and elegant design, with simple lines, results in a timeless product that at the same time captures the genuine spirit of the time. It is a piece of furniture that brings together design, quality of materials and functionality in a single object. The Danish architect and designer Jørgen Kastholm began training him as a blacksmith, but soon left to dedicate himself to furniture design. He attended the Copenhagen School of Interior Design, where he had Finn Juhl as a teacher. There he also met the cabinetmaker Preben Fabricius, who later became his partner. Both shared a common vision about furniture design, based on minimalism and quality and inspired by the creations of Charles Eames and Mies van der Rohe. His search was to achieve an ideal that, simply, was timeless. In 1961 they created a studio together in Gentofte, and four years later they presented their first designs at the Federicia furniture fair, where they caught the attention of the German furniture manufacturer Alfred Kill. He offered them a succulent contract that allowed them to work with complete freedom, so Kastholm and Fabricius settled in Stuttgart with their first designs to start production in the Kill factory. Shortly after, they made the international leap thanks to the 1966 Cologne fair, where they showed a complete series of domestic and office furniture, developed from ten of their original designs. His minimalist creations, both attractive and comfortable, were generally steel and leather furniture. Both creators worked together between 1961 and 1968, a period of seven years in which they produced numerous designs now considered classics, such as the Tulip Chair FK 6725, the Grasshopper FK 87 or the Scimitar. Also in this period his furniture was part of important international exhibitions, held in such prominent centers as the MOMA in New York (1967) or the Musée d'Art Moderne in Paris (1967). Currently, designs by Kastholm and Fabricius can be seen at the MACBA in Barcelona, the MOMA in New York, the Musée d'Art Moderne in Paris, the Ringling Museum in Florida, the Museum of Art in Brasilia, the Design Center in Stuttgart, the Haus Industriform in Essen, the Neue Sammlung in Munich, the Staatsgemäldesammlung Bayer in the same city, the Kunstindustrimuseum in Berlin, the Kunststofmuseum in Düsseldorf, the World Import Mart Museum and the History + Folkways Museum in Japan and the Museum für Angewandte Kunstgeschichte in Cologne

          Setdart Auction House
        • JØRGEN KASTHOLM (Denmark, 1931 – 2007) and PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 – 1984) for BO-EX. Ottoman.
          Nov. 22, 2023

          JØRGEN KASTHOLM (Denmark, 1931 – 2007) and PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 – 1984) for BO-EX. Ottoman.

          Est: €2,500 - €2,800

          JØRGEN KASTHOLM (Denmark, 1931 – 2007) and PREBEN FABRICIUS (Denmark, 1931 – 1984) for BO-EX. Ottoman. Steel frame. Seat with cavas girdle loose cushion with dark brown leather. Manufactured by BO-EX, with stamp. In good vintage condition, minor marks. Measurements: 40 x 64 x 50 cm. The Danish architect and designer Jørgen Kastholm began training him as a blacksmith, but soon left to dedicate himself to furniture design. He attended the Copenhagen School of Interior Design, where he had Finn Juhl as a teacher. There he also met the cabinetmaker Preben Fabricius, who later became his partner. Both shared a common vision about furniture design, based on minimalism and quality and inspired by the creations of Charles Eames and Mies van der Rohe. His search was to achieve an ideal that, simply, was timeless. In 1961 they created a studio together in Gentofte, and four years later they presented their first designs at the Federicia furniture fair, where they caught the attention of the German furniture manufacturer Alfred Kill. He offered them a succulent contract that allowed them to work with complete freedom, so Kastholm and Fabricius settled in Stuttgart with their first designs to start production in the Kill factory. Shortly after, they made the international leap thanks to the 1966 Cologne fair, where they showed a complete series of domestic and office furniture, developed from ten of their original designs. His minimalist creations, both attractive and comfortable, were generally steel and leather furniture. Both creators worked together between 1961 and 1968, a period of seven years in which they produced numerous designs now considered classics, such as the Tulip Chair FK 6725, the Grasshopper FK 87 or the Scimitar. Also in this period his furniture was part of important international exhibitions, held in such prominent centers as the MOMA in New York (1967) or the Musée d'Art Moderne in Paris (1967). Currently, designs by Kastholm and Fabricius can be seen at the MACBA in Barcelona, the MOMA in New York, the Musée d'Art Moderne in Paris, the Ringling Museum in Florida, the Museum of Art in Brasilia, the Design Center in Stuttgart, the Haus Industriform in Essen, the Neue Sammlung in Munich, the Staatsgemäldesammlung Bayer in the same city, the Kunstindustrimuseum in Berlin, the Kunststofmuseum in Düsseldorf, the World Import Mart Museum and the History + Folkways Museum in Japan and the Museum für Angewandte Kunstgeschichte in Cologne .

          Setdart Auction House
        • Preben Fabricius and Jorgen Kastholm (1931-1984 | 1931-2007) Set of Six Stacking Chairs, model FK90, c. 1965 Kill International, Germany
          Nov. 14, 2023

          Preben Fabricius and Jorgen Kastholm (1931-1984 | 1931-2007) Set of Six Stacking Chairs, model FK90, c. 1965 Kill International, Germany

          Est: $1,500 - $2,500

          Preben Fabricius and Jorgen Kastholm (1931-1984 | 1931-2007) Set of Six Stacking Chairs, model FK90, c. 1965 Kill International, Germany upholstery, chrome plated-steel H 30 x W 21 1/2 x D 17 inches

          Hindman
        • Preben Juhl Fabricius (Danish 1931-1984) and Jørgen Kastholm (Danish 1931-2007) for Ivan Schlechter Pair of 'Scimitar' Chairs, design conceived 1963
          Oct. 27, 2023

          Preben Juhl Fabricius (Danish 1931-1984) and Jørgen Kastholm (Danish 1931-2007) for Ivan Schlechter Pair of 'Scimitar' Chairs, design conceived 1963

          Est: £10,000 - £15,000

          Preben Juhl Fabricius (Danish 1931-1984) and Jørgen Kastholm (Danish 1931-2007) for Ivan Schlechter Pair of 'Scimitar' Chairs, design conceived 1963 model IS63, the leather impressed with manufacturer's mark to each chair, and the frame impressed with manufacturer's mark and STAINLESS/STEEL/DANMARK to one chair, leather and stainless steel (66.5cm high, 82cm wide, 62cm deep (26 1/8in high, 32 1/4in wide, 24 1/2in deep)) Qty: (2)

          Lyon & Turnbull
        Lots Per Page: