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      • PETER OPSVIK
        Feb. 09, 2024

        PETER OPSVIK

        Est: €100 - €200

        Peter Opsvik (1939-) 2 beech wood ergonomic chairs with gray upholstery, design by Peter Opsvik, made by Stokke, model 'Flysit' Norway, second half of the 20th century, backrest 91 cm high

        Derksen Veilingbedrijf
      • PETER OPSVIK FOR STOKKE VARIABLE BALANS CHAIR
        Sep. 19, 2023

        PETER OPSVIK FOR STOKKE VARIABLE BALANS CHAIR

        Est: $50 - $1,000

        Rare and highly sought-after "Variable Balans" ergonomic kneeling chair, designed by Peter Opsvik for Varier in the 1970's and later produced by Stokke in the 1980's. Bent beechwood and fabric. This example labeled Stokke on stretcher, c. 1980's. Dimensions: H 21" x W 18.25" x D 29.5" Condition: In very good vintage condition overall; a few nicks and scuffs to frame; a couple spots of minor soiling to fabric. F126

        Westport Auction
      • Peter Opsvik - Kneeling Stools
        May. 21, 2023

        Peter Opsvik - Kneeling Stools

        Est: $300 - $500

        A pair of Multi Balans kneeling stools by Peter Opsvik. 21 x 21.5 x 18. Measurements are in inches. (Height x Width x Depth)

        Barton's Auction
      • PETER OPSVIK (Stranda, Norway, 1939). Gravity Balance" chair for STOKKE, ca. 1980. Ash wood and black leather. Height adjustable armrests. Stokke (Norway) label on the back. Use marks. Leather with light stains.
        Feb. 20, 2023

        PETER OPSVIK (Stranda, Norway, 1939). Gravity Balance" chair for STOKKE, ca. 1980. Ash wood and black leather. Height adjustable armrests. Stokke (Norway) label on the back. Use marks. Leather with light stains.

        Est: €1,000 - €1,200

        PETER OPSVIK (Stranda, Norway, 1939). Gravity Balance" chair for STOKKE, ca. 1980. Ash wood and black leather. Height adjustable armrests. Stokke (Norway) label on the back. Use marks. Leather with light stains. Measurements: 120 x 71 x 132 cm. The Gravity Balance chair responds to a unique design in aesthetics and functionality, resolved with lucidity. Peter Opsvik designed it with the intention of creating a chair that allows relaxation but also productivity. Its four angles allow for postures ranging from kneeling to full reclining. You can use it as a kneeling chair when leaning forward and shift your weight slightly backwards to assume an upright position, placing your feet on the floor or on the shin pads. The soft leather seat, backrest and armrests harmonise with the warm, malleable wooden frame, patterned after the best Scandinavian design. Peter Opsvik works together with seven other people in his studio and, although most of the ideas come from him, they are turned into designs and products that can be industrialised through teamwork. His designs focus on interior design and ergonomics, providing environmentally friendly solutions. Among his most famous creations was the Tripp Trapp, a multifunctional children's highchair that took the Norwegian to the top of Scandinavian design in the twentieth century. Throughout his career as a designer, Peter Opsvik has been awarded numerous prizes: the 2013 Red Dot award "Best of the Best" for Nomi High chair, the Red Dot award 2011 (for Capisco Puls), the IF design gold award 2011 (for Capisco Puls) and the Norwegian Design Award for Excellence 2011. Opsvik was awarded the classic Norwegian design excellence award for Tripp Trapp chairs in 1996 and Håg Capisco. In 2008 he was awarded the Anders Jahre cultural and Nordic Design Award (Nordiska Designpriset). Opsvik has also received Torsten & Wanjas Söderbergs design award in Sweden for its pioneering, variable furniture and furniture. In 2013 Norsk Forma (The Foundation for Design and Architecture in Norway) awarded Opsvik Jacob-prisen for the year 2012. His works have been exhibited in museums all over the world, such as the Museum of Decorative Arts and Design (Gent) in 1999, the Deutsches Museum (Munich), The Lighthouse (Glasgow) as well as the Design Museum in London. Some of his other exhibitions have been shown at The West Norway Museum of Applied Art, Bergen 1996; at Kunstlerhaus (Artisthouse) mit Galerie, Göttingen 1990, at Gallerie V.I.A, Paris 1990, at Applied Art Museum, Oslo 1986, in New York, Houston or in Chicago and Tokyo in 1982.

        Setdart Auction House
      • Peter Opsvik For Stokke Ergonomic Rocking Chair
        Jan. 14, 2023

        Peter Opsvik For Stokke Ergonomic Rocking Chair

        Est: -

        used condition and measures approximately 19inches tall at seat height. Nr11174 ch

        EJ'S Auction & Appraisal
      • PETER OPSVIK (Stranda, Norway, 1939). Gravity Balance" chair for STOKKE, ca. 1980. Ash wood and black leather. Height adjustable armrests. Stokke (Norway) label on the back. Use marks. Leather with light stains.
        Dec. 15, 2022

        PETER OPSVIK (Stranda, Norway, 1939). Gravity Balance" chair for STOKKE, ca. 1980. Ash wood and black leather. Height adjustable armrests. Stokke (Norway) label on the back. Use marks. Leather with light stains.

        Est: €1,000 - €1,200

        PETER OPSVIK (Stranda, Norway, 1939). Gravity Balance" chair for STOKKE, ca. 1980. Ash wood and black leather. Height adjustable armrests. Stokke (Norway) label on the back. Use marks. Leather with light stains. Measurements: 120 x 71 x 132 cm. The Gravity Balance chair responds to a unique design in aesthetics and functionality, resolved with lucidity. Peter Opsvik designed it with the intention of creating a chair that allows relaxation but also productivity. Its four angles allow for postures ranging from kneeling to full reclining. You can use it as a kneeling chair when leaning forward and shift your weight slightly backwards to assume an upright position, placing your feet on the floor or on the shin pads. The soft leather seat, backrest and armrests harmonise with the warm, malleable wooden frame, patterned after the best Scandinavian design. Peter Opsvik works together with seven other people in his studio and, although most of the ideas come from him, they are turned into designs and products that can be industrialised through teamwork. His designs focus on interior design and ergonomics, providing environmentally friendly solutions. Among his most famous creations was the Tripp Trapp, a multifunctional children's highchair that took the Norwegian to the top of Scandinavian design in the twentieth century. Throughout his career as a designer, Peter Opsvik has been awarded numerous prizes: the 2013 Red Dot award "Best of the Best" for Nomi High chair, the Red Dot award 2011 (for Capisco Puls), the IF design gold award 2011 (for Capisco Puls) and the Norwegian Design Award for Excellence 2011. Opsvik was awarded the classic Norwegian design excellence award for Tripp Trapp chairs in 1996 and Håg Capisco. In 2008 he was awarded the Anders Jahre cultural and Nordic Design Award (Nordiska Designpriset). Opsvik has also received Torsten & Wanjas Söderbergs design award in Sweden for its pioneering, variable furniture and furniture. In 2013 Norsk Forma (The Foundation for Design and Architecture in Norway) awarded Opsvik Jacob-prisen for the year 2012. His works have been exhibited in museums all over the world, such as the Museum of Decorative Arts and Design (Gent) in 1999, the Deutsches Museum (Munich), The Lighthouse (Glasgow) as well as the Design Museum in London. Some of his other exhibitions have been shown at The West Norway Museum of Applied Art, Bergen 1996; at Kunstlerhaus (Artisthouse) mit Galerie, Göttingen 1990, at Gallerie V.I.A, Paris 1990, at Applied Art Museum, Oslo 1986, in New York, Houston or in Chicago and Tokyo in 1982.

        Setdart Auction House
      • OPSVIK PETER (n. 1939) Reflex 2 chair for Naturellement
        Aug. 03, 2022

        OPSVIK PETER (n. 1939) Reflex 2 chair for Naturellement

        Est: €600 - €800

        OPSVIK PETER (n. 1939). Reflex 2 chair for Naturellement. Cm 74,00 x 125,00 x 70,00. 2004

        Capitolium Art
      • Peter Opsvik (b. 1939) for Cylindra wall-mounted key holder 13"w x 3 1/4"d x 18 3/4"h
        Oct. 14, 2021

        Peter Opsvik (b. 1939) for Cylindra wall-mounted key holder 13"w x 3 1/4"d x 18 3/4"h

        Est: $100 - $200

        Peter Opsvik (b. 1939) for Cylindra wall-mounted key holder Norway, 1999 carved and painted ash, plywood, brass marked '99 with Cylindra OBJECT MADE IN NORWAY' 13"w x 3 1/4"d x 18 3/4"h

        Toomey & Co. Auctioneers
      • Peter Opsvik (b. 1939) for Cylindra wall-mounted key holder 13"w x 3 1/4"d x 18 3/4"h
        Apr. 22, 2021

        Peter Opsvik (b. 1939) for Cylindra wall-mounted key holder 13"w x 3 1/4"d x 18 3/4"h

        Est: $200 - $300

        Peter Opsvik (b. 1939) for Cylindra wall-mounted key holder Norway, 1999 carved and painted ash, plywood, brass marked '99 with Cylindra OBJECT MADE IN NORWAY' 13"w x 3 1/4"d x 18 3/4"h

        Toomey & Co. Auctioneers
      • PETER OPSVIK (Stranda, Norway, 1939). Globe Garden Chair, 1980s. Beech wood and dyed wool fabric.
        Feb. 24, 2021

        PETER OPSVIK (Stranda, Norway, 1939). Globe Garden Chair, 1980s. Beech wood and dyed wool fabric.

        Est: €1,800 - €2,000

        PETER OPSVIK (Stranda, Norway, 1939). Globe Garden Chair, 1980s. Beech wood and dyed wool fabric. Dimensions: 100 x 60 x 70 cm. More than thirty years have passed since Peter Opsvik launched his Globe Garden design, a completely innovative chair whose casual structure became a landmark of Scandinavian design. The Globe Garden, like the other creations Peter Opsvik is still working on today, was conceived as a challenge to standardization and the established norms of the society in which we live: in a world in which the triumph of technology has led to a completely sedentary lifestyle, in which we spend hours and hours sitting in front of the computer screen and in which a "unique" posture is imposed on us as the correct posture, the Globe Garden was born as a challenge to convention, by breaking the rules of "how to sit well" or "sit correctly". As the designer himself argues, it should not be forgotten that our ancestors lived in trees. Thus, the chair can be understood as the branches of a tree that continue through the legs and become supporting roots. Its high seats ensure a better perspective and better ergonomics, and make it perfect for any dynamic and functional everyday space. Peter Opsvik works together with seven other people in his studio and, although most ideas come from him, they become industrializable designs and products thanks to teamwork. His designs focus on interior design and ergonomics, providing environmentally friendly solutions. Among his most famous creations was the Tripp Trapp, a multifunctional children's highchair that took the Norwegian to the top of Scandinavian design in the 20th century. Throughout his career as a designer, Peter Opsvik has been awarded numerous prizes: the Red Dot award 2013 "Best of the Best" for Nomi High chair, the Red Dot award 2011 (for Capisco Puls), the IF design gold award 2011 (for Capisco Puls) and the Norwegian Design Award for Excellence 2011. Opsvik was awarded the classic award for design excellence in Norway for the Tripp Trapp chairs in 1996 and Håg Capisco. In 2008 he was awarded the Anders Jahre cultural and Nordic Design Award (Nordiska Designpriset). Opsvik has also received Torsten & Wanjas Söderbergs design award in Sweden for its pioneering, variable furniture and furniture. In 2013 Norsk Forma (The Foundation for Design and Architecture in Norway) awarded Opsvik Jacob-prisen for 2012. His works have been exhibited in museums around the world, such as the Museum of Decorative Arts and Design (Gent) in 1999, the Deutsches Museum (Munich), The Lighthouse (Glasgow), as well as the Design Museum in London. Some of his other exhibitions have been shown at The West Norway Museum of Applied Art, Bergen 1996; at Kunstlerhaus (Artisthouse) mit Galerie, Göttingen 1990, at Gallerie V.I.A, Paris 1990, at Applied Art Museum, Oslo 1986, in New York, Houston or in Chicago and Tokyo in 1982.

        Setdart Auction House
      • Peter Opsvik for Stokke# Ergonomisk lænestol/gyngestol stel af bøgetræ betr
        Sep. 06, 2020

        Peter Opsvik for Stokke# Ergonomisk lænestol/gyngestol stel af bøgetræ betr

        Est: -

        Peter Opsvik for Stokke# Ergonomisk lænestol/gyngestol stel af bøgetræ betræk af blåt uld fremstår med hul i armlæn samt med brugsspor

        Svendborg Auktionerne ApS
      • Peter Opsvik (Norwegian, b. 1939) Man and Woman Two-Piece Corner Cabinet
        Nov. 12, 2019

        Peter Opsvik (Norwegian, b. 1939) Man and Woman Two-Piece Corner Cabinet

        Est: $600 - $800

        Peter Opsvik (Norwegian, b. 1939) Man and Woman Two-Piece Corner Cabinet pine, painted pine signed PETER OPSVIK

        Hindman
      • Peter Opsvik (Norwegian, b. 1939) Set of Four Standing Cabinets
        Nov. 12, 2019

        Peter Opsvik (Norwegian, b. 1939) Set of Four Standing Cabinets

        Est: $1,000 - $2,000

        Peter Opsvik (Norwegian, b. 1939) Set of Four Standing Cabinets pine, painted pine signed PETER OPSVIK

        Hindman
      • Peter Opsvik (Norwegian, b. 1939) Peter Opsvik, Small Wall-Mounted Cabinet
        Nov. 12, 2019

        Peter Opsvik (Norwegian, b. 1939) Peter Opsvik, Small Wall-Mounted Cabinet

        Est: $600 - $800

        Peter Opsvik (Norwegian, b. 1939) Peter Opsvik, Small Wall-Mounted Cabinet pine, painted pine signed PETER OPSVIK

        Hindman
      • Peter Opsvik (Norwegian, b. 1939) Wall-Mounted Key Cabinet
        Nov. 12, 2019

        Peter Opsvik (Norwegian, b. 1939) Wall-Mounted Key Cabinet

        Est: $400 - $600

        Peter Opsvik (Norwegian, b. 1939) Wall-Mounted Key Cabinet hand-carved and dyed pine, maple, steel signed '99 with cylindra OBJECT MADE IN NORWAY label to verso

        Hindman
      • Opsvik Peter
        Mar. 18, 2019

        Opsvik Peter

        Est: €150 - €180

        Opsvik Peter / Stokke : Fauteuil ergonomique vers 1980, modèle Varier, bois cintré, garni de cuir

        Salle de Ventes Saint-Job
      • Peter Opsvik (b. 1939) Wall-mounted cabinet 20.75"w x 6"d x 31.5"h
        Sep. 16, 2017

        Peter Opsvik (b. 1939) Wall-mounted cabinet 20.75"w x 6"d x 31.5"h

        Est: $700 - $900

        Peter Opsvik (b. 1939) Wall-mounted cabinet Norway, 1998 natural and painted maple signed "Peter Opsvik 1/20 1998 P.O" with "cylindra object" paper label No. 1 from an edition of 20 20.75"w x 6"d x 31.5"h

        Toomey & Co. Auctioneers
      • Stokke, ergonomisk skammel, Peter Opsvik# Lakeret bøgetræ, sort uld
        Nov. 15, 2015

        Stokke, ergonomisk skammel, Peter Opsvik# Lakeret bøgetræ, sort uld

        Est: -

        Stokke, ergonomisk skammel, Peter Opsvik# Lakeret bøgetræ, sort uld

        Svendborg Auktionerne ApS
      • Peter Opsvik, ‘Garden Chair’, Stokke, Norway, 1985
        Jun. 17, 2015

        Peter Opsvik, ‘Garden Chair’, Stokke, Norway, 1985

        Est: €3,000 - €3,900

        Wood, leather, upholstered Norway, 1985 Peter Opsvik (b. 1939) – Norwegian industrial and furniture designer, jazz musician Manufacturer: Stokke AS (founded 1932) – Norwegian manufacturer of children’s furniture Dimensions: height 175 cm, diameter of the foot 90 cm Very good condition The ‘Garden Chair’ is more a sculpture than a common seating furniture. It fetches up to €14,000 at international design auctions Object is regular taxed. 19% VAT is added to the purchase price for deliveries within the EU. Estimate by Auctionata Expert: 6.000 Euro The ‘Garden Chair’ grows out of the floor like a tree with fruits. At first appearance it is not a very comfortable furniture but one sits very well once you climbed up. Peter Opsvik wanted to revolutionize the common way of sitting and designed the ‘Garden Chair’ as an extraordinary as well as ergonomic seating sculpture. Condition: The high chair is in very good condition with slight traces of use. It is 175 cm in height and the foot is 90 cm in diameter. Peter Opsvik (b. 1939) Peter Opsvik, a native of Stranda, began his artistic education at the age of 20 at the Bergens Kunsthåndverksskole. In 1964, he graduated with a diploma from the Statens Håndverks- og Kunstindustrieskole (SHKS) in Oslo. Opsvik began studying again at the Folkwangschule of Design in Essen in the ergonomics class of Ulrich Burandt. Before becoming a self-employed designer, Opsvik worked for the Tandberg Radiofabrik as an industrial designer. Afterwards, he founded the Peter Opsvik AS Studio in Oslo. As part of his ergonomic seating furniture he designed the children’s’ high chair Tripp Trapp and the Balans chair series with tilt forward seat where the knees are supported by cushions. (tm) Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

        Auctionata Paddle8 AG
      • Peter Opsvik
        Dec. 06, 2014

        Peter Opsvik

        Est: $900 - $1,200

        Peter Opsvik Wall-mounted cabinet Norway, 1998 natural and painted maple No. 1, edition of 20 signed "Peter Opsvik 1/20 1998 P.O" with "cylindra object" paper label 20.75"w x 6"d x 31.5"h

        Toomey & Co. Auctioneers
      • PETER OPSVIK(1986)BOOKCASE, 'Cylindra Nr.14, Lady'
        Jun. 26, 2014

        PETER OPSVIK(1986)BOOKCASE, 'Cylindra Nr.14, Lady'

        Est: CHF2,500 - CHF3,500

        PETER OPSVIK (1986) BOOKCASE, 'Cylindra Nr.14, Lady' model, designed in 1986 Carved wood. Signed and numbered 64. H 195 cm, W 68 cm. Exhibition: Three dimensions, Museum of Applied Art, Oslo, 1986. PETER OPSVIK (1986) BOOKCASE, 'Cylindra Nr.14, Lady' model, designed in 1986 Carved wood. Signed and numbered 64. H 195 cm, W 68 cm. Exhibition: Three dimensions, Museum of Applied Art, Oslo, 1986. PETER OPSVIK (1986) REGAL, Modell 'Cylindra Nr.14, Lady', Entwurf 1986 Holz geschnitzt. Signiert und nummeriert 64. H 195 cm, B 68 cm. Ausstellung: Three dimensions, Museum of Applied Art, Oslo, 1986.

        Koller Auctions
      • Peter Opsvik Swing, by Peter Opsvik AS for HAG, 2003, a molded beech plywood seat is suspended from a teepee-like structure created by four uprights via black nylon cords, disassembles, original finish, branded mark "Peter Opsvik 231/500" and HAG
        Mar. 08, 2014

        Peter Opsvik Swing, by Peter Opsvik AS for HAG, 2003, a molded beech plywood seat is suspended from a teepee-like structure created by four uprights via black nylon cords, disassembles, original finish, branded mark "Peter Opsvik 231/500" and HAG

        Est: $800 - $1,000

        Peter Opsvik Swing, by Peter Opsvik AS for HAG, 2003, a molded beech plywood seat is suspended from a teepee-like structure created by four uprights via black nylon cords, disassembles, original finish, branded mark "Peter Opsvik 231/500" and HAG cloth label, overall" 57"w x 94"h, chair is 32"w x 19"d x 21"h, very good original condition

        Toomey & Co. Auctioneers
      • Peter OPSVIK & STOKKE (Éditeur) A ash and plywood adjustable highchair, 1972. (The adjustable system has to be restored). Height. 31 1-
        Mar. 05, 2014

        Peter OPSVIK & STOKKE (Éditeur) A ash and plywood adjustable highchair, 1972. (The adjustable system has to be restored). Height. 31 1-

        Est: €200 - €300

        Peter OPSVIK & STOKKE (Éditeur) A ash and plywood adjustable highchair, 1972. (The adjustable system has to be restored). Height. 31 1-8 in. - Width. 18 1-8 in. - Depth. 19 1-4 in. Peter OPSVIK & STOKKE (editor) high high chair "tripp trapp", 1972, in natural Ashwood, foot zig - zag's grooves, now a shelf and seat, backrest and front belt thermoformed curved wooden. Seat and footrest height adjustable (somewhat the flu control system). Top. 79cm - width 46cm - Prof. 49cm Carole Daprey, "Mobilier Design pour enfants", Piqpoq, 2009, Paris, p. 132. Peter OPSVIK & STOKKE (Éditeur) Haute chaise d’enfant "tripp trapp", 1972, en frêne naturel, piétement zig-zag animé de rainures, maintenant une tablette et l’assise, dossier et ceinture frontale en bois thermoformé galbé. Assise et repose-pieds à hauteur réglable (système de réglage un peu grippé). Haut. 79cm - Larg. 46cm - Prof. 49cm

        Tajan
      • PETER OPSVIK(1986)BOOKCASE, model 'Cylindra Nr.14,
        Dec. 07, 2013

        PETER OPSVIK(1986)BOOKCASE, model 'Cylindra Nr.14,

        Est: CHF3,500 - CHF5,500

        PETER OPSVIK (1986) BOOKCASE, model 'Cylindra Nr.14, Lady', designed in 1986 Carved wood. Signed and numbered 64. H 195 cm, W 68 cm. PETER OPSVIK (1986) REGAL, Modell 'Cylindra Nr.14, Lady', Entwurf 1986 Holz geschnitzt. Signiert und nummeriert 64. H 195 cm, B 68 cm. Ausstellung: Three dimensions, Museum of Applied Art, Oslo, 1986.

        Koller Auctions
      • PETER OPSVIK LEATHER GLOBE SOFA
        Oct. 21, 2013

        PETER OPSVIK LEATHER GLOBE SOFA

        Est: $4,000 - $5,000

        Limited product of 100. 40"h. X 100"w. x 35"d.

        S & S Auction
      • Peter Opsvik Ergonomic Stool.
        Oct. 20, 2012

        Peter Opsvik Ergonomic Stool.

        Est: $40 - $60

        Peter Opsvik Ergonomic Stool. Marked on base. Wear to upholstery. 20" H.

        Quinn's Auction Galleries Central Virginia
      • Peter Opsvik Cylindra Object
        Apr. 26, 2012

        Peter Opsvik Cylindra Object

        Est: $2,000 - $3,000

        Peter Opsvik Cylindra Object

        Wright
      • OPSVIK, PETER
        Jul. 02, 2011

        OPSVIK, PETER

        Est: - €120

        OPSVIK, PETER 1939 Stranda/Norwegen HÅG Capisco - The saddle chair Silberlackiertes Aluminium, bunter Polyesterbezug. Über fünf sternförmig angeordneten Füßen zylindrischer Schaft, sog. 'Sattelsitz', kreuzförmige Rückenlehne, H. 95 cm, Sitz-H. 50 cm (verstellbar), B. 47 cm. Norwegen, HÅG, Entwurf Peter Opsvik für HÅG, 1984, 1990er Jahre.

        Hargesheimer Kunstauktionen Düsseldorf
      • Peter Opsvik: A beech Rocking chair, seat and back
        Aug. 03, 2010

        Peter Opsvik: A beech Rocking chair, seat and back

        Est: €135 - €200

        Peter Opsvik: A beech Rocking chair, seat and back with green fabric. Manufactured by Stokke.

        Bruun Rasmussen Auctioneers
      • PETER OPSVIk (NÉ EN 1939) fauteuil "Globe" à
        Dec. 16, 2009

        PETER OPSVIk (NÉ EN 1939) fauteuil "Globe" à

        Est: €4,500 - €5,500

        PETER OPSVIk (NÉ EN 1939) fauteuil "Globe" à assise, dossier et accotoirs composés d'une succession de boules garnies de tissus de differentes couleurs fi xées sur un pied central en bois...

        Pierre Bergé & Associés
      • A Stokke Gravity balans one laminated recliner
        Aug. 02, 2008

        A Stokke Gravity balans one laminated recliner

        Est: £270 - £350

        A Stokke Gravity balans one laminated recliner with salmon coloured leather pads. Designed by Peter Opsvik

        Gaze & Son
      • Möbler FÅTÖLJER, ett par och FOTPALL, Peter Opsvik
        Dec. 17, 2007

        Möbler FÅTÖLJER, ett par och FOTPALL, Peter Opsvik

        Est: kr5,000 - kr6,000

        Möbler FÅTÖLJER, ett par och FOTPALL, Peter Opsvik för STOKKE, Norge 1980-90-tal.

        Bukowskis
      • Peter Opsvik, for Stokke, gravity chair
        Apr. 11, 2006

        Peter Opsvik, for Stokke, gravity chair

        Est: £200 - £300

        Peter Opsvik, for Stokke, gravity chair

        Sworders
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