Viaduct in London will be showcasing the work of Ferdinand Kramer, without a doubt regarded as one of the most significant architects and designers from the early period of modernism and post-war modernism.
Ferdinand Kramer’s furniture was originally designed between 1925 and 1959 and his progressive and enduring designs were considered pioneering. His famous “Knock-Down” series was the fore-runner to today’s flat-pack furniture. From daybeds to side tables, from coat racks to chairs; solid wood and woven leather combine with neutrals and contemporary brights to create an original and inspiring environment in Viaduct’s dedicated gallery space.
14 - 22 September 2012
via Viaduct 1-10 Summers Street, London, EC1R 5BD